This is a helpful discussion among three noted traditional dispensationalists about the history of dispensationalism. While it is not about pretribulationism per se, at 9:45, one of the participants claimed that Paul believed in an any moment rapture (i.e. imminence) when he included himself (“we”) in the rapture in 1 Thess 4:15–17. “For we tell […]
A Response to the Pretribulationism and Dispensationalism of James C. Morris in Light of His Abuse of the Early Church Fathers
First, I must say, when you write me through the contact page, it is best to give a salutation and signature to your email, otherwise I typically do not even read emails that do not contain these basic and respectful elements to a letter. I receive scores of emails (many that are “drive-byes” with an […]
Moving the Goalposts on Daniel’s 70 Weeks Prophecy
Today I did an episode demonstrating that God has worked with Israel and the church simultaneously in the past. I described three prophecies that were given to Israel, and about Israel, that have been fulfilled in the past during the church age. The point of this was two-fold: (1) to demonstrate that God does indeed […]
Why Dispensationalists Are Embracing Prewrath Eschatology . . .
If you are a dispensationalist, then you may be aware of the natural connection that contemporary dispensational theology has with prewrath eschatology. The following two articles by Charles Cooper explains this clearly. If you are not a dispensationalist, it may be because you associate it with traditional dispensationalism and are not familiar of contemporary (or […]