Dr. S. Lewis Johnson lectures on the connection between Israel, God's chosen nation, and the church formed after Pentecost.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains the relationship between Israel and the Church in the inheritance of God's promises according to dispensational thought.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson contrasts the different approaches of Covenant and Dispensation Theology to role of the old Hebrew law in Christian life.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his lecture on the relationship between law and grace in dispensational interpretations of Scripture. Dr. Johnson expounds Paul the Apostle's explanation of of the new state of grace for the church.
Structure of Dispensational Theology (8): Distinctive Features: Inception and Departure of the Church – I
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides commentary on the actual beginning of the church.
Structure of Dispensational Theology (9): Distinctive Features: Inception and Departure of the Church – II
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his two-part sub-series on the distinctive features of Dispensational Theology. In this lecture, Dr. Johnson discusses the timing of the rapture of the church at the Second Advent of the Messiah.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains the definitions found in covenant theology according to the originial languages of Scripture.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains the covenant made between God and Moses which put the Nation Israel under holy law.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the Davidic Covenant and its place in God's plan for humankind.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition on the Davidic Covenant with a discussion of its referencing by Jesus during his messianic ministry.