dispensational
adjective see dispensation

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • dispensational — dispensation ► NOUN 1) exemption from a rule or usual requirement. 2) a religious or political system prevailing at a particular time. 3) the action of dispensing. DERIVATIVES dispensational adjective …   English terms dictionary

  • dispensational — See dispensation. * * * …   Universalium

  • dispensational — dis·pen·sa·tion·al …   English syllables

  • dispensational — adjective see dispensation …   Useful english dictionary

  • dispensation — dispensational, adj. dispensatorily /di spen seuh tawr euh lee, tohr /, adv. /dis peuhn say sheuhn, pen /, n. 1. an act or instance of dispensing; distribution. 2. something that is distributed or given out. 3. a certain order, system, or… …   Universalium

  • Dispensationalist theology — For other uses, see Dispensation (disambiguation). Dispensational theology refers to the unified teachings of Dispensationalism that address what other views teach as divergent theologies in the Old Testament and New Testament. Its name reflects… …   Wikipedia

  • Dispensationalism — For other uses, see Dispensation (disambiguation). Christian eschatology Eschatology views Viewpoints • Preterism • Idealism …   Wikipedia

  • Premillennialism — This article is about Premillennialism in Christian eschatology. For other uses, see Millenarianism. Christian eschatology Eschatology views Viewpoints • Preterism …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Henry Welch — File:CharlesWelchL4.jpg        Charles Henry Welch Charles Henry Welch (called C. H. Welch) (1880 1967) was a Christian dispensational theologian, writer and speaker. During his lifetime he produced over 60… …   Wikipedia

  • Hyperdispensationalism — is a further development of some (but not all) of the core doctrines of Dispensationalism and differs from the same, in that, principally (although not exclusively) it teaches the origin of the church, Which is his body [ [Ephesians 1:22 23 the… …   Wikipedia

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