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Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth

By C.I. Scofield


Table of Contents

   1. The Jew, the Gentile, and the Church of God - Give none offence, neither to the Jews, nor to the Gentiles, nor to the church of God -- I Corinthians 10:32 Whoever reads the Bible with any att ...read
   2. The Seven Dispensations - The Scriptures divide time (by which is meant the entire period from the creation of Adam to the "new heaven and a new earth" of Rev. 21: 1) into seve ...read
   3. The Two Advents - When it testified beforehand the sufferings of Christ, and the glory that should follow I Peter 1: 11 Whoever carefully considers Old Testament p ...read
   4. The Two Resurrections - The Word of truth teaches in the clearest and most positive terms that all of the dead will be raised. No doctrine of the faith rests upon a more lite ...read
   5. The Five Judgments - The expression "general judgment," of such frequent occurrence in religious literature, is not found in the Scriptures, and, what is of more importanc ...read
   6. Law and Grace - The most obvious and striking division of the Word of truth is that between law and grace. Indeed, these contrasting principles characterize the two m ...read
   7. The Believer's Two Natures - The Scriptures teach that every regenerate person is the possessor of two natures: one, received by natural birth, which is wholly and hopelessly bad; ...read
   8. The Believer's Standing and State - A distinction of vast importance to the right understanding of the Scriptures, especially of the Epistles, is that which concerns the standing or posi ...read
   9. Salvation and Rewards - The New Testament Scriptures contain a doctrine of salvation for sinners who are lost and a doctrine of rewards for the faithful services of those who ...read
   10. Believers and Professors - Ever since God has had a people separated to Himself they have been sorely troubled by the presence among them of those who professed to be, but were ...read

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