How does Christ fit into the picture concerning the Old Testament Feasts? Do the sacrifices and the Law stand in opposition to grace, or are they somehow linked together? And what is the believer’s role in the life of mercy and grace? In this series Dr. Pentecost explains how the arrival of the New Testament brought a new depth of understanding to the Old Testament.
The Feasts and the Law: Why Were They Given?
- Worship through the Offerings
- The Coming of Christ in Israel's Feasts
- The Death of Christ in Israel's Feasts
- Set Apart as Priests
- The Purpose of the Law
Dr. J. Dwight Pentecost taught for 58 years at Dallas Theological Seminary. “Dr. P,” as he was affectionately known on the DTS campus, began his time at the seminary in 1937 as the one hundredth student at the then twelve-year-old school. From 1958 through 1973, Dr. P served concurrently as a DTS professor and senior pastor of Grace Bible Church in North Dallas. As he completed his doctorate in theology, the seminary’s president at the time, Dr. John F. Walvoord, invited Dr. P to join the DTS faculty, where he served until his death.