https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tZaFxbsN24&feature=emb_title https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5r85BwHfQd4&feature=emb_title https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_UyGnfBhOI&feature=emb_title https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1xkzlO2xJ4&feature=emb_title Theonomy and Eschatology by Richard Gaffin pdf Objections to Postmil Answered by Greg Bahnsen site The Prima Facie Acceptability of Postmillennialism by Greg Bahnsen site A Study of American Postmillenialism by Kim Riddlebarger (Riddlebarger is Amil and has written some fantastic books explaining that perspective.) site Essays on The Covenantal Kingdom (in depth) site Always Victorious by F. … Continue reading Post-Mil Resources
Dispensationalists claim to view scripture literally. This is often contrary to the manner in which the Apostles viewed the Old Testament. I'm not suggesting we have the authority of the Apostles to take scripture and spiritualize it as they often did, rather, I hope to view scripture in the way it was intended to be … Continue reading Dispensational Sleight of Hand
Throwback - 2012 Can it be? Two Dispensationalists in two days...on JM's blog? lol IS THE KEEPING OF CHRISTMAS PLEASING TO THE LORD? by Robert D. Gracey (1935) Christmas, a name that has lost its one-time charm! Years ago when we were children, Christmas was to us a name associated with the purest joys of … Continue reading Is the Keeping of Christmas Pleasing to the Lord?
Posted in 2012 More reading from my fav Dispensationalist. (at least he was a Calvinist) THE ORIGIN OF CHRISTMAS by J. N. Darby The church gives a yearly round of fasts and festivals, so that mere outward events may be before the mind without any dealing of God with the individual soul … Scripture says, … Continue reading The Origin of Christmas
The LORD hath said unto me, Thou are my Son, this day have I begotten thee. Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession. "Wilhelmus à Brakel, a contemporary of Voetius and Witsius, was a major representative of … Continue reading à Brakel: Commentary on Revelation
"Jewish fables (literally, myths) are no new thing. Paul has plainly warned the household of faith not to give heed thereto. He has not given us a list of those grievous heresies; but it is well known that the one that was most fondly cherished, and that constituted the gravest menace to the truth of … Continue reading Jewish Fables
A few helpful scripture quotations from DISPENSATIONALISM – CATEGORIZED SCRIPTURE LIST The true fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies is frequently indicated in the New Testament. · The prophecy of restoring Israel was fulfilled by the calling of the Gentiles to be God's people. Act 15:13-17 (quoting Amos 9:11-12) And after they had held their peace, … Continue reading Blood Moon!!!
For a sound, consistent, scriptural exposition of the word of God, no commentary, we believe, in any language can be compared with Dr. Gill’s. There may be commentaries on individual books of Scripture, which may surpass Dr. Gill’s in depth of research and fullness of exposition: and the great work from which Poole compiled his … Continue reading Philpot on Gill’s Commentary
A few interesting points from Sam Storms about Premillennalism: If you are a premillennialist, whether dispensational or not, there are several things with which you must reckon: • You must necessarily believe that physical death will continue to exist beyond the time of Christ's second coming. • You must necessarily believe that the natural creation … Continue reading Scriptural Challenges for Premillenialists
The founder of Dispensationalism, J. N. Darby, was a strong supporter of the doctrine of total depravity, “This re-appearance of the doctrine of freewill serves to support that of the pretension of the natural man to be not irremediably fallen, for this is what such doctrine tends to. All who have never been deeply convicted … Continue reading Man’s So-Called Freewill