Reviews from the back cover
In this penetrating critique of Westminster Calvinism, Dr. Dillow has given us a comprehensive discussion of eternal security and rewards. By constant appeal to Scripture, the biblical doctrine of eternal security is supported instead of the Reformed doctrine of perseverance. This scholarly and well-written book should be read by all pastors and students of the Word who are interested in the doctrines of grace. A TRULY LANDMARK BOOK!
Charles C. Ryrie, Th.D., Ph.D.
Author of Ryrie Study Bible
Former Dean of the graduate school at Dallas Theological Seminary
Here it is at last! For over 25 years I've been waiting for a book that would present the Biblical recognition of the doctrine of rewards as it relates to the full-orbed teaching of salvation. This book does it, and does it beautifully! . . . Dr. Dillow's Reign Of The Servant Kings may well be the most significant contribution toward resolving the several hundred year debate between Calvinism and Arminianism.
Earl Radmacher, Th.D.
President Emeritus, Western Conservative Baptist Seminary
I finished this book sitting on my front porch at dawn this morning. I cried a long time. It wasn't the first time I cried while reading it. It is not that the book is depressing, nor should its validity be gauged by how much emotional response it generates. It is that I've been deeply moved, profoundly changed forever by reading it. So many haunting discrepancies in doctrine were cleared up, but the impact is not primarily intellectual.
Ellen Riney, Interior Decorator
I am profoundly grateful for Dr. Dillow's in-depth study and thoughtful insights regarding many New Testament passages which have led to confusion in the body of Christ. I believe this is one of the most valuable works available on the many New Testament texts that teach simple faith for salvation and heart-driven devotion to Christ for service and rewards.
John Maisel, President Eastern European Seminary
Dr. Dillow is making a significant contribution to the church by clarifying for the Christian the theological distinctives of the gospel, discipleship, and rewards. With exegetical precision and theological clarity he sets forth the three biblical aspects of salvation of a believer: (1) Justification -- (past) salvation from the penalty of sin; (2) sanctification -- (present) salvation from the power of sin; and (3) glorification -- (future) salvation from the presence of sin. This should be required reading for every believer in Jesus Christ who wishes to fully understand his salvation, his purpose in life, and desires to share with Christ in the final destiny of man -- to reign in the coming kingdom.
T. Kem Oberholtzer, Th.D.
Vice President of Academic Affairs
Professor of Biblical Literature at Phoenix Seminary