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Alistair Donaldson

Lecturer - School of Theology, Mission and Ministry BMin, MTh Christchurch_campus

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About Alistair Donaldson

Alistair is a lecturer in the School of Theology, Mission and Ministry teaching Biblical Theology, Biblical Studies and Hermeneutics. Alistair first joined the college in 1998 as a student completing a Bachelor of Ministries degree at the Christchurch Campus in 2000. Alistair has since gained a Master of Theology (MTh) degree in the field of eschatology through Laidlaw-Carey Graduate School and is the author of The Last Days of Dispensationalism, published in 2010. Prior to joining Laidlaw he had six years working with Youth With A Mission in Hong Kong, Hawaii and in New Zealand where he established and directed a School of Biblical Studies. He has been married to Jo for 28 years, has two children, and attends Burnside Elim Community Church.

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2001 The Last Days of Dispensationalism: A Scholarly Critique of Popular Misconceptions. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2001.

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2011
“The Kingdom of God and the Land: The New Testament Fulfillment of an Old Testament Theme” in The Gospel and the Land of Promise: Christian Approaches to the Land of the Bible, ed.Philip Church, Peter Walker, Tim Bulkeley and Tim Meadowcroft, 58-74. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2011.

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