Theological Heresies That Shaped World History

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In Theological Heresies that Shaped World History, author Robert C. Voiles presents a fresh and critical examination of many doctrinal errors that have radically infected modern Christianity. Examined in detail is the ancient Greek parabolic method of teaching. Voiles explains that despite its shortcomings, this method was adopted by both unbelieving Jews and the early church, fomenting many later heresies. From a biblically conservative and dispensational viewpoint, Theological Heresies addresses several key pillars of Christianity, including differences between the nation Israel and the Church, the Gospel of the Kingdom vs. the Gospel of Grace, the incorrect division of the Old and New Covenant, the beginning of the present Church, and the necessity of the rapture.
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