Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth is a collection of 10 essays on topics including eschatology, judgment, and salvation. Each of C. I. Scofield’s essays are centered on the text of the Bible, using Scripture to show the origins of these doctrines and giving thorough analysis of how they are taught in the Bible.
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- Groups the entire Bible into central themes to allow for ordered study
- Provides accessible guides to central biblical doctrines in essay format
- Speaks purposefully and concisely
- The Jew, The Gentile, and The Church of God
- The Seven Dispensations
- The Two Advents
- The Two Resurrections
- The Five Judgments
- Law and Grace
- The Believer’s Two Natures
- The Believer’s Standing and State
- Salvation and Rewards
- Believers and Professors
- Title: Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth
- Author: C. I. Scofield
- Publisher: Philadelphia College of the Bible
- Publication Date: 1930
- Pages: 97
About C. I. Scofield
C. I. Scofield (1843–1921) was an important early American proponent of dispensationalism. An influential theologian and minister in later life. Scofield was also a member of the Kansas House of Representatives as well as US District Attorney for the state of Kansas. He was the editor of the noted Scofield Reference Bible, first published in 1909. He was the author of a number of books, as well as a contributor to the four-volume set, The Fundamentals.