Dispensationalists are accused of “wrongly dividing the Word of truth” by making more distinctions than are warranted by Scripture. Those who take the Covenant view tend to obscure some differences that are there. The Promise of God finds the biblical balance. While making key distinctions, the author emphasizes the great common theme: the promise that flows like a mighty river through all of God’s dealings with the human race.
All too many believers today have forgotten how rooted their faith is in the whole of the canon and history of Scripture. Without an understanding of the Old Testament, the believer is left without any roots, suspended in mid-air, and without any meaningful context on which to ground his or her faith. But that condition will cease to exist once one has gotten into the study of this book.
The study of each chapter, along with the suggested readings and questions at the conclusion of each chapter, will yield one of the most exciting adventures that any person committed to the truth of Scripture could ever imagine.