Another Prophet Like Moses Would Come & Israel’s Division

Copyright © Tim Warner 4windsfellowships.net Dispensationalists mistakenly think that God's program for Israel was suspended on the Day of Pentecost, and "the Church" was begun. Many non-dispensationalists think God's program for Israel was cancelled completely, by Israel's rejection of Jesus as Messiah. Both are wrong. When Jesus came, a prophesied change occurred within the nation … Continue reading Another Prophet Like Moses Would Come & Israel’s Division

The Abrahamic Covenant In the Both Testaments

Copyright © Tim Warner After the flood, when mankind once again turned away from God to worship idols, God chose one man through which He would bring about His entire plan or redemption and restoration. That man was Abraham. God spoke to Abraham several times. The first was a promise to inherit a "promised land" … Continue reading The Abrahamic Covenant In the Both Testaments

Israel’s Role In God’s Redemptive Plan

Copyright © Tim Warner 4windsfellowships.net The strength and primary feature of Progressive Dispensationalism is its ability to explain the overall purpose of God for mankind in a single unified plan. God's plan to redeem mankind flows through a series of progressive dispensations. The nation of Israel was chosen by God as a conduit to reveal … Continue reading Israel’s Role In God’s Redemptive Plan

Progressive Dispensationalism 102 An Overview

Copyright © Tim Warner The Old Covenant In the following diagrams, above the center line represents Israel, and below the line represents the Gentiles. Notice, in figure 1, Israel under the Old Covenant is divided into believers (light green) and unbelievers (tan). While the Scriptures still recognize all of the physical descendants of Jacob as … Continue reading Progressive Dispensationalism 102 An Overview

Progressive Dispensationalism 101 The Basics

Copyright © Tim Warner METHOD OF BIBLICAL INTERPRETATIONProgressive Dispensationalism maintains the literal (normal) method of biblical interpretation as the default hermeneutic. Progressive Dispensationalists also rely heavily on the New Testament writers' interpretations and applications of Old Testament prophecy. This is more than simply applying a 'model' of interpretation based on a 'style' established by the … Continue reading Progressive Dispensationalism 101 The Basics

In the Tribulation there will be a Place of refuge for Christians

Introduction Many are concerned that when Christians live through the tribulation that we will be impacted by the judgements of God and the persecution of the Antichrists government. It is important to note that judgements will be mainly experienced by Israel and the nations which have become these countries (e.g. Greece, Iran, Iraq, Turkey,Lebanon, Syria … Continue reading In the Tribulation there will be a Place of refuge for Christians

The Permanent Land Inheritance in the Prophets

Paul's point was that God's promise was to Abraham "and to your Seed", whom Paul said was Christ. The “inheritance” is what was promised. And that “inheritance” is the permanent possession of the Land. According to Paul, the Law, which provided a temporary and conditional possession of the land, cannot overturn the unconditional promise of the inheritance given to Abraham. Since Christ is the ‘Seed’ to whom the inheritance was promised, and since Christ had not yet come when Joshua led the Israelites into the Land under the Mosaic Covenant, it is obvious that the Abrahamic Covenant was NOT fulfilled in Joshua's day. It could not be fulfilled without Christ.

God will Keep His Promise to Abraham about the Permanent Land Inheritance

Genesis 15:18-21 18 In the same day the LORD made a covenant with Abram, saying, Unto thy seed have I given this land, from the river of Egypt unto the great river, the river Euphrates: 19 The Kenites, and the Kenizzites, and the Kadmonites, 20 And the Hittites, and the Perizzites, and the Rephaims, 21 … Continue reading God will Keep His Promise to Abraham about the Permanent Land Inheritance

The Error of Replacement Theology

Perhaps you have heard of the term Replacement Theology. However, if you look it up in a dictionary of Church history, you will not find it listed as a systematic study. Rather, it is a doctrinal teaching that originated in the early Church. It became the fertile soil from which Christian anti-Semitism grew and has infected … Continue reading The Error of Replacement Theology

Did Lockdowns work or did they do more Harm?

I decided to make this post to ensure that we have some sort of historical record both for myself and anyone who visits this site. It goes hand in hand with all the other post on the unnecessary pandemic. The harms done will last for many years. Below are 18 published papers finding that lockdowns … Continue reading Did Lockdowns work or did they do more Harm?