Darby, Dualism, and the Decline of Dispensationalism


Henzel argues that traditional Dispensationalism's current plight can be traced back to its founder, John Nelson Darby (1800-1882). Henzel offers a new paradigm for understanding Darby, one that has far-reaching consequences for those who would attempt to understand both Dispensationalism and its problems without first consulting the writings of its primary architect.

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