Scripture provides no ambiguity about the disobedience and contrary stance of Israel. Jesus lamented the unwillingness of the cities of Chorazin and Bethsaida to come to repentance even after witnessing the performance of most of his mighty works (Matt. 11:20 – 24). He also pronounced woes upon the religious leaders of Israel, even condemning them … Continue reading Israel’s Repentance: Prophetic Evidence of the Believer’s Security
Thanks to a widespread appreciation for the literal interpretation of Scripture and the popularity of the Scofield Bible, many Christians of the mid-19th century began adopting a doctrine called, dispensational premillennialism. One of the key tenets of this theological system is the pretribulational rapture of the Lord’s Church (usually known simply as, “the rapture” or, … Continue reading The Pretribulational Hope of the Early Church
A dispensation is a way of ordering periods of time during which man is taught to respect the will and purpose of God. We know from Scripture that God does not change. However, God, in his great wisdom, has the right to change the way he operates in the world. In Scripture, we observe seven … Continue reading The Seven Dispensations of the Bible.