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#53136 - Thursday, February 16, 2017 9:13 AM On theologies
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Are there basically only two theologies - Covenant and Dispensational. I mean they are the only two compared in resources. How long has Dispensational been around. I have always thought it be a relative new concept, maybe in the late 1800s with Chafer and I forget the other names.
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#53137 - Thursday, February 16, 2017 9:27 AM Re: On theologies [Re: John_C]
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Originally Posted By: John_C
Are there basically only two theologies - Covenant and Dispensational. I mean they are the only two compared in resources. How long has Dispensational been around. I have always thought it be a relative new concept, maybe in the late 1800s with Chafer and I forget the other names.

Yep, classic Dispensationalism appeared in the mid 1800s via John Nelson Darby and made popular by C.I. Scofield. It was during that period of history that most of the sects and cults appeared too.
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#53138 - Thursday, February 16, 2017 12:28 PM Re: On theologies [Re: Pilgrim]
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't there in some of the Early Church Fathers though a premil viewpoint in their views regarding the end times, and so Dispy built upon that foundation in some fashion?

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#53139 - Thursday, February 16, 2017 12:29 PM Re: On theologies [Re: John_C]
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darby was the father of it, and the schools such as Dallas theological seminary under Dr Chafer really pushed it forward...

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#53146 - Thursday, February 16, 2017 4:42 PM Re: On theologies [Re: JesusFan]
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't there in some of the Early Church Fathers though a premil viewpoint in their views regarding the end times, and so Dispy built upon that foundation in some fashion?

1. The History of Chiliasm by William Masselink.

2. Dispensationalism may have some things in common with the early premil view but it is decidedly different and extreme. Classic Dispensationalism is heretical for it posits two different means of salvation; one for the Jews and one for the Gentiles, among many other errors.
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#53163 - Friday, February 17, 2017 10:00 AM Re: On theologies [Re: Pilgrim]
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That would be true of Scofield version, but the progressive wing seems to hold to just one means of salvation in the bible...

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