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SIGNS OF THE TIMES - Antichrist, Jesuit Futurism, Dispensationalism

I find this amazing. Wow.

F. Roy Coad, the Brethren historian, claims to trace John Nelson Darby’s views back to the works of a Jesuit, Francesco Ribera of the sixteenth century, whose writings were later popularized in the nineteenth century by another Spanish Jesuit, Manuel Lacunza.” …

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Book Review: Why The End Is Not Near - By Duane Garner

In the realm of Christian eschatology there are three primary schools of thought: premillennialism, postmillennialism, and amillennialism (with dispensational premillennialism serving as a sort of fourth). 941 more words


really struggling to see a difference

A friend posted this link, which describes–albeit in brief form–the eschatological views of “Jehovah’s” Witnesses. Apart from item #4, I am at a loss for how these view differ from those found within Classical and Revised/Modified Dispensationalism.



PMT 2013:017 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

Most evangelical Christians recognize and lament the widescale cultural collapse America is witnessing. This seems to better fit the dispensationalist’s gloomy outlook on the future. 973 more words