Dispensationalism and the Problem of Old Testament Narrative

Organization: ETS
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Carl Sanders, Washington Bible College - From the Evangelical Theological Society Eastern Regional Meeting 2005 - evangelical scholars address Biblical interpretation focusing on narrative interpretation. Speakers from Beeson Divinity School, Westminster Seminary, Princeton Seminary, Biblical Theological Seminary and more.
Carl Sanders Associate Professor and Chair, Bible and Theology, Washington Bible College

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