Posted On May 5, 2020

Ep. 036 | Misunderstanding Covenantalism vs Dispensationalism — TAU Roundtable

by | May 5, 2020 | Theology, Things Above Us Roundtable


George Alvarado is joined by guest, Andrew Rappaport from Striving from Eternity, to discuss misunderstandings between Covenantalists and Dispensationalists. Andrew Recently recorded a short series on his podcast, The Rapp Report, that addresses some of his perspectives, as well as recent statements made by John MacArthur from the Shepherd’s conference about the Christocentric hermeneutic. He also had pastor Emilio Ramos, from Heritage Grace Community Church, on another show to discuss his thoughts on MacArthur’s statements.

What are the misunderstandings and misrepresentations between the two? Is there a balance? Are we sometimes saying the same things? What are the defining issues between the two? And how can we converse with one another without resorting to broad brushing?

Join us as we answer these questions, and others, on this episode of Roundtable at Things Above Us.

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