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Dispensational Premillennialism: The Dispensationalist Era by Timothy Weber

Belief in Christ’s personal return to set up his earthly kingdom—premillennialism—has always claimed adherents, but few people in the mid-1800s imagined it would attract more than a handful. Yet by 1875 a new kind of premillennialism called dispensationalism began to spread. Given the embarrassing recent history of premillennialism in...

ISRAEL: THE APPLE OF SCOFIELD’S EYE by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

In this and the next several issues of our newsletter, I will consider the biblical role of Israel in Scripture and prophecy. Few theological and eschatological issues parallel in significance that of Israel. This is especially of interest to us in our “Dispensationalism in Transition” newsletter because Israel is...

FREE eBook – Wrongly Dividing the Word of Truth: A Critique of Dispensationalism by John Gerstner

Dispensationalism is the majority report among evangelical Christians in America today.  Tens of millions of Christians are committed to this perspective on the  Bible and history. Sadly, they are generally so indulgent in this view  that they seem little aware of alternative evangelical approaches to  Scripture. In this devastating...

Why I left Scofieldism by William E. Cox

Breaking away from the fascinating teachings of The Scofield Reference Bible was one of the most difficult decisions of my entire life. Even after doubts arose in my mind, it took some seven or eight years to relinquish the ready-made theological clothing I had worn since the day of...

Who Really Owns the ‘Holy Land’?

By. Dr. Robert L. Reymond Editor’s note: This essay is an address delivered by Dr. Robert L. Reymond, former Professor Emeritus at Knox Theological Seminary, to “Advancing Reformation Truth and Spirituality” (ARTS) on April 21, 2006, at DeVos Chapel, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Challenge Facing...

In Defense of Creedalismby Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. Th.D. This is a non-creedal age: by and large conservative Christendom diminishes the importance of creedal symbols. As a matter of fact, many non-creedalists do not simply dismiss creeds as unimportant to the maintenance of Biblical Christianity, they deem them to...

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