Dr. Bill Blocker speaks on the need for Dispensational preaching here.
- Foundational Beliefs of Dispensationalism: a Look at What Makes Dispensationalism Unique by Michael Vlach (notes here)
On Replacement theology (Vlach):
Check out Dr. Vlach’s books here on Amazon.
Dave Doran (President of Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary), Michael Vlach (The Master’s Seminary), and Neal Cushman (Northland International University) discuss Covenant theology.
See it here.
Professor Vlach of The Master’s Seminary speaks at the 2012 Mid-America Conference on Preaching Conference where he lists and corrects common myths about normative dispensationalism.
An intro to apologetics course by Dr. Vlach recorded at The Master’s Seminary can be found here.
This is the first in a series that reviews each chapter in Everlasting Hatred: the Roots of Jihad  by Hal Lindsey.
On the back cover of Lindsey’s book it is stated that “Islamic Fundamentalism’s purpose is to replace the Judeo-Christian world order with an Islamic world order. Every American needs to understand the enormity of the threat we face and why.” The purpose of Lindsey’s book therefore is to educate the reader on Islamic hatred towards Western civilization, particularly with regards to America, and to the Jew. Lindsey traces the roots of this hatred back to the Book of Beginnings, or Genesis, when he submits that this hatred “In fact…goes back to the dawn of history.” Furthermore, in light of 9/11, Lindsey notes that, “We were actually involved in this conflict long before we realized [it, and] Americans are frantically groping to understand it.” The major component of Lindsey’s work, then, is to show how the Islamic hatred of Jews and the West began, so that those on the receiving end of this hatred can better understand this hostility that defies all sense, yet does not look like it will diminish until Jesus Christ returns.