Originally Posted By: Pilgrim

Most Dispensationalists (classic in particular) are semi-Pelagian and sometimes Arminian (classic) and thus although giving lip service to salvation by grace alone do in fact embrace a works (synergistic) salvation [their free-will exercising of their faith].
I agree Pilgrim, in my experiences I have noticed the same.

Secondly, classic Dispensationalists believe that OT saints were saved in a different manner than NT saints. Thus there is that crucial difference as well.
You do realize John MacArthur is a Dispensationalist?

"There is no possibility of taking a mercy out of God's hand, till the mercy be ripe for us, and we ripe for the mercy."