Ask the Theologian: How Were People Saved in the Old Testament?

AskTheTheologianLogo-FinalThe question, “How were people saved in the Old Testament?” is often asked by modern believers. So often asked, in fact, that the question itself is a testimony to dispensational theology. We so inherently know that there has been a dramatic change in God’s dealings with man that we want to know how God dealt with man before the Cross.

Unfortunately, many pastors and teachers give a simplistic answer that mixes the dispensations and causes contradictions in Scripture.

Use the players below for the audio or the video versions of this week’s “Ask the Theologian.” (Note, though they are on the same topic, the two programs are not the same content).

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For previous editions of “Ask the Theologian,” click here for video or here for audio.