09/01/2016 (Thu) 09:17:02
More like eisegetical dogma. A self proclaimed Calvinist that believes in Dispensationalist is a closet Anglican and also believes that God contradicts Himself as to the nature of how He predestines his people regardless of whatever era one is born in. Dispensationalism makes the Jews saved by blood, not by their faith. When people say Covenant Theology instead of Replacement Theology or the Reformed Faith, they refer to Dispensationalism. They believe that the Church cannot replace Israel and by that they mean flesh and blood Israelites. If that what they think is going on, then they never truly understood the bible in its entirety, also known as "Tota Scriptura", not to be confused with "Sola Scriptura". Most pro King James Version Onlyism people listen to fallacious people preaching nonsense like Sola KJV which is that only the spelling of the King James Version bible can save one's soul, while most of these people come from Anglican based denominations. Baptists that weren't Reformed Baptists like the Southern Baptists had lost their way and are full of Freemasons.
Eric Jon Phelps used to not believe in the Flat Earth Theory just a year ago, but now he's a full blown shill and caved into its nonsense so that he can get more money from the Flat Earthers while his hardcore followers already stopped listening to EJP when he was inconsistent in what he taught concerning the true nature of the English Monarchists trying to use the Protestant Reformation to reform England since Henry VIII hated the Vatican messing with his life. He had hid the nature of King James' closet homosexuality, how he was hated by the Puritans, Calvinists, Presbyterians, Anabaptists and were persecuted under his papist reign through the state controlled Anglicans that pushed Arminianism that focuses on works based salvation, AKA: Penance.
It is from a Dispensationalist stance that Premillennialism and a Pre-Tribulational rapture is promoted, that Apostle John is made a liar for recording the book of Revelation after the destruction of Jerusalem in a 3 and half year period from AD 66 to 70. I have said time and time again that I'm a Partial Preterist, not a Full/Hyper Preterist. There will be a rapture, but before that happens, God would have to gather the tares first to burn them. We are already in the spiritual, allegorical 1000 year reign of Christ Jesus on earth through the Holy Spirit preaching the gospel unto all nations and that kingdom of God is the body of Christ. I argue that this stance is the most consistent stance, which is why many scholars in their ivory towers seek to dismiss Partial Preterism. Almost all of the stuff in Matthew 24 historically happened while Matthew 25 has yet to come.
Anglican Priest Ethelbert William Bullinger (E.W. Bullinger) is where most of this modern understanding of the seven Dispensations garbage comes from, which is not the same form of "Dispensationalism" that was traditionally held which is that the church was formed at Pentecost that had done away with the older system God had with the Judahites. This dispensationalism you know of is called hyper/ultra-dispensationalism. E.W. Bullinger is also a member of the Universal Zetetic Society, the name of the Flat Earth Society before they had their name changed.
With Anglicans, you lose.