A Study of Dispensationalism by Arthur Pink

A quote from Aw Pink

“But there is further reason, and a pressing one today, why we should write upon our present subject, and that is to expose the modern and pernicious error of Dispensationalism. This is a device of the Enemy, designed to rob the children of no small part of that bread which their heavenly Father has provided for their souls; a device wherein the wily serpent appears as an angel of light, feigning to “make the Bible a new book” by simplifying much in it which perplexes the spiritually unlearned. It is sad to see how widely successful the devil has been by means of this subtle innovation.”

A Study of Dispensationalism
by Arthur Pink

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1 comment for “A Study of Dispensationalism by Arthur Pink

  1. Joe
    April 13, 2014 at 2:57 pm

    The Dispensational doctrine came from a book written by a Jesuit priest named Manuel Lacunza and Edward Irving’s English translation published in 1827. It was first taught by Edward Irving at the Albury Conferences.

    Lacunza’s book “Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty“ is available at…
    http://www.regal-network.com/dispensationalism/pdfs.htm Read pages 301, 338, 349

    According to early members of the Plymouth Brethren, during 1830 a teenage girl named Margaret Macdonald reported a “vision” of a pretribulation gathering of believers. She wrote a letter to Irving reporting the details of her vision. The text of her “vision” is available from various sources. The Irvingites published the concept of a pretribulation gathering within the September 1830 edition of their publication known as, “The Morning Watch”. Verification is available at… http://www.answersinrevelation.org/pretrib_history.pdf

    http://www.answersinrevelation.org/Jeffrey.pdf Shows revision of early Church viewpoint.

    http://www.daniels70weeks.com Read this and page 301 of Lacunza’s book. There you will find the genesis of the antichrist and the rebuilt temple in .

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