Christ, by the power of his coming, brought these things to nought, fulfilling them all in himself. He destroyed the temple, the city, and the rebels. As Christ affirmed, all the righteous blood shed upon the earth fell upon that generation. Continue reading “Marcus Booker: Dispensationalism’s Blind Spot – National Israel Fulfilled in Christ (2003)”
Had I perceived that you were all zealously disposed to go to war with the Romans, and that the purer and more sincere part of the people did not propose to live in peace, I had not come out to you, nor been so bold as to give you counsel; for all discourses that tend to persuade men to do what they ought to do is superfluous, when the hearers are agreed to do the contrary. Continue reading “Ovid Need: King Agrippa’s Speech To the Nationalists (1998)”
For a nation to commit the sin of anti-Semitism brings inevitable judgement. —The New Scofield Study Bible [Thanks to ‘Julian Assange” for this tweet… and now this tweet) Continue reading “Maidhc Cathail: The Scofield Bible—The Book That Made Zionists of America’s Evangelical Christians (2015)”
The purpose of this article is to demonstrate conclusively that the Scriptures identify the law of Moses as an idol doomed for destruction (along with those who trust in that idol). Continue reading “Marcus Booker: Law-Idolatry – Why God Destroyed the Temple (2002)”
The basic text upon which dispensationalism is based is the Authorized translation of 2 Timothy 2:15, where the Apostle Paul calls upon Timothy to “… rightly divide the word of truth.” Scofield took this verse as the title for his first book which is a defense of this way of “dividing” Scripture into discrete dispensations. Continue reading “Stephen Sizer: Theology of the Land: A Beginner’s Guide to Dispensational Approaches (2000)”
The twentieth century has indeed had its skeptics, as well as many who have, happily or not, embraced thoroughgoing eschatology. Continue reading “Dale Allison: A Plea For Thoroughgoing Eschatology (1994)”
The problem is that the phrase “this generation” meant Jesus’ own generation and “all these things” seemingly includes Jesus’ second coming. Had a future generation been intended he should have said “that generation” Continue reading “Making sense of Jesus’ prophecy by taking Matthew 24:1-35 literally (1998)”
Whereas Preterists see the significance in the word ‘immediately’ Hill sees the significance in the word ‘after’. Continue reading “Dr. Hill: The Olivet Discourse, Second Coming, and Destruction of the Temple (1999)”
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