This is what I wonder. My view on alcohol is not exactly a common one, as many in the Disp camp are into Teetotalism. It seems the best arguments for alcoholic beverages comes from Reformed pens. But this is not saying all Dispensationalists are against alcohol. Second my view on the Law and the Gospel is not a common one among Dispensationalist. Books like this one seem to be very Covenant theology based and using the 10 Commandments in evangelism is not a common view among Dispensationalists as most believe in the Dispensation of Grace and therefore the use of the LAW is not appropriate. Also open air preaching was for another Dispensation. No I am not saying that all Dispensationalists are against the Way of the Master, nor am I saying that all Reformed accept WOTM, or using the LAW in evangelism, but in general its more accepted in Reformed circles. The classical view is: Innocence (Genesis 1 -3) - Adam and Eve before they sinned Conscience (Genesis 3-8) - First sin to the flood Civil Government (Genesis 9-11) - After the flood, government Promise (Genesis 12-Ex. 19) - Abraham to Moses, the Law is given Law (Exodus 20 - Acts 2:4) - Moses to the cross Grace (Acts 2:4 - Revelation 20:3) - Cross to the millennial kingdom Millennial Kingdom (Rev. 20:4-6) – The rule of Christ on earth in the millennial kingdom So I have to wonder where I stand. Perhaps I do not fit into either camp.