Posts tagged ‘dispensational’

Does Dispensationalism Teach TWO Methods of Salvation?

Regardless of how often Scofield’s note has been clarified, for some it just doesn’t matter. Dispensationalism is often accused of “hiding” its real meaning, under a blanket of subterfuge. Sadly, this is essentially the only note that Scofield wrote that was questionable. His entire body of work (not only in the remaining notes and articles found within the 1909 edition of the Scofield Study System Bible), but all told, clearly indicate Scofield’s believes regarding grace and salvation.

Ryrie has tried his hand at clarifying, as has Walvoord, as has Chafer and others, yet the deliberate failure to understand persists. This same situation exists regarding the Dispensation of Grace.

Continue Reading February 14, 2017 at 9:09 AM

Eschatology in Romans Related to Israel and the Church, Part 4

If folks would stop, step back, and look at Romans 11 as a whole, it is fairly easy to see that Paul’s argument sets out to prove that Israel is not permanently rejected by God, but the nation has only been temporarily set aside. Since the time of Jesus, Jews like Paul have been added by faith to God’s Kingdom. The one change is that Gentiles now also are added the same way since God has temporarily placed Israel the nation on the shelf. At a point in the future, during the coming Tribulation period, God will once again turn His attention to Israel the nation and begin restoring her fortunes, which will find complete fulfillment during the Millennial Kingdom immediately following the Tribulation.

Continue Reading December 9, 2016 at 9:34 AM 2 comments

Earthquakes in Various Places…

You would think if people took the time to record an event like the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, they might be inclined to record an event like a massive earthquake, if one happened.

Continue Reading January 12, 2010 at 6:12 PM


Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 7,555 other followers

Our Books on Amazon

Study-Grow-Know Archives

Blog Stats

  • 1,057,075 hits

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 7,555 other followers

Follow Study – Grow – Know on WordPress.com