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Originally published in "The Lord's Coming Herald & Wesleyan Bible Prophecy Advocate," February, 2010

What Dispensationalism Teaches About Jesus Christ

Most people who are dispensational premillennialists really do not understand very well the system of biblical interpretation that they believe in. They believe it because it is what they have been taught. Beyond that, most of them really have no clue what kind of heretical theology it is that they have stupidly accepted. Nowhere is this better seen than in the modern dispensationalist's understanding of the person of Jesus Christ.

All the major pseudo (false) versions of proclaimed Christianity today have aberrational teachings on the person of Jesus Christ. Evangelicals understand this matter in the case of Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, and the like. They understand that, while devotees of these religious systems all claim to be Christians, nevertheless, because their beliefs concerning the person of Jesus Christ are un-orthodox in one way or another, they are really not Bible believing Christians at all.

It's time that modern dispensational premillennialism should also be recognized as another cult of false doctrine, and for the same reason--they do not have an orthodox view of the person of Jesus Christ!

For example, classic dispensationalism teaches that Jesus postponed his kingdom to the Jews at the end of the first 69 weeks of Daniel's prophecy of the Seventy Weeks, per the theory of Sir Robert Anderson. That notion is a bold-faced lie, friends, for, Jesus did not postpone his kingdom to the Jews, or anyone else, at the end of the first 69 weeks of Daniel's prophecy of the Seventy Weeks! Instead, he established his kingdom among his disciples, at the time of his first advent!

Again, dispensationalists teach that Jesus is coming back to set up his kingdom. This unscriptural truth-claim, likewise, reveals that modern dispensationalism is but another cult of false doctrine. The biblical fact is that when Christ returns he will "deliver up" the kingdom to the Father that was long ago "set up" (I Cor. 15:25-28)!

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