What or who was the object of faith in the Old Testament? Kaiser reflects on whether the content of faith changes for each dispensation or group of people. He confronts views of dispensationalists like Charles Ryrie. Kaiser argues that covenant theology makes the content of faith in both Testaments the same: it is faith in the Messiah, rather than a general trust or belief in God.
This article responds to dispensationalism and its view on the relationship between the Old and New Testament and the interpretation of prophecy. The author maintains that although dispensationalists may be in error about the end times, those who uphold the gospel truth must be viewed as brothers and sisters.
This article looks at the teaching of dispensationalism through key biblical texts used by dispensationalists. Speaking about two comings of Christ is not consistent with scripture. The biggest challenge with dispensationalists is that they divide the church of God into two while maintaining the two covenants as separate.