By TylerR Jun 17 2020 DispensationalismCovenant TheologyIn Discontinuity to Continuity, Benjamin Merkle brings light to the debates between dispensational and covenantal theological systems ... Each system’s concerns are sympathetically summarized and critically evaluated. 990 reads There are 4 Comments Just got it Paul Henebury - Wed, 06/17/2020 - 3:40pm Hope to review it before too long. Dr. Paul Henebury I am Founder of Telos Ministries, and Senior Pastor at Agape Bible Church in N. Ca. Look forward to that Bert Perry - Wed, 06/17/2020 - 4:10pm I remember, about 20 years back, asking my pastor if there were any fair-minded books that addressed both the covenant and dispensational approaches. Now whatever actually existed at the time, he didn't know of any, and there was almost a snicker as he told me that in his view, no, there were not. Something like "oh, you poor naive young soul". :^) Hopefully this book fills that spot to a degree. So I look forward to this,and to reviews of the same. For reference, this is Benjamin L. Merkle, a professor at SEBTS, not Benjamin R. Merkle, head of New Saint Andrews College and, if I remember right, the son-in-law of Doug Wilson. Interesting to see two theologians with such similar, but uncommon, names. Aspiring to be a stick in the mud. Curious pvawter - Wed, 06/17/2020 - 9:11pm I wonder how it compares to Continuity and Discontinuity, edited by Feinberg. It sounds like it may be a more up to date treatment. It'll be on my list. Just finished it Joe Whalen - Sat, 07/11/2020 - 3:27pm Just finished reading it. I found it informative, concise, and fair. The only critique I have is that it does not have an author/person index.