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Originally published in "New Israel: Amillennial Answers," December Edition, 2011

More Heresies Of Modern Popular Dispensational Teaching Exposed

Dispensationalism teaches that the present so-called "church age" is a gap or parenthesis in the main thrust of God's unfolding prophetic plan for the ages. The gospel is thus like an after thought--God's second best scheme, good enough for now, until He can bring His real intentions to fruition.

God's ultimate prophetic plan, and His real long term intention, according to modern Scofield/Darby dispensationalism, is to aggrandize racial Jews--to fulfill, at long last, conditional promises to ancient Old Testament Israel, that, in reality, have already been fulfilled in their own historical context, thousands of years ago (Joshua 21:43; I Kings 4:20-21; cf. Gen. 15:18; Neh. 9:21-25, 33).

The popular tenacious dispensational claim that God's land promises to the Jews are unconditional is patently and provably false, and reflects graphically the underlying predestinarian Calvinism that motivates Darbyism's whole approach to the interpretation of Holy Scripture.

It is Calvinistic predestinarianism, I repeat, that necessitates the claim that God's land promises to the Jews were unconditional. The truth of the Divine revelation, however, is that all the promises of God are now activated only through Jesus Christ (II Cor. 1:20).

Racial bigotry and Pharisaical self-righteousness lies deeply mixed in the roots of the modern dispensational end-time Bible prophecy psyche. To understand this more clearly in terms of Wesleyan-Arminian theology please continue to explore this web site.

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