I was wondering how fundamentalist baptist has viewed the professors at Dallas Theological Seminary. Dallas Seminary has produced many good bible teachers who have written many good books. They have taught dispensational premillennialism for many years and they hold to all the fundamentals of the faith like us baptists. I visited their website and they consider themselves to be evangelical protestants and not baptist. Some good bible men that have come out of Dallas Seminary are: Lewis Sperry Chafer (founder), John Walvoord, Dwight Pentecost, Charles Ryrie, Ron Rhodes, J. Vernon McGee, D. A. Waite etc. Many of you may even have some of theirs books at home, so what's wrong with these evangelicals? I know Dallas Theological Seminary may not be what it once was but we can say the same thing about some baptist colleges. Some differences may be that Dallas Seminary doesn't believe in secondary separation, they are non denominational and not baptist. They view themselves as Protestants and many baptist dont. They use other bible versions beside the KJV, and I think they agree with John MacArthur view on the blood. That the blood has no saving power in itself but that it is a symbol or a representation of the death of Christ. If there is more to this please let me know.