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We are all familiar with the short-term mentality of dispensationalism and its frequent (and mistaken) calls for the end. This distracting and embarrassing tendency is not new to our day. It has been a constant feature in dispensationalism since its birth in 1830. In this article we have the practical conclusion to J. A. Alexander’s […]

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WHEN THE END?

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Dispensationalism is the latest of the evangelical eschatological options, having been created in 1830 by J. N. Darby. Today dispensationalism dominates the evangelical marketplace, embarrassing the broader evangelical community with trivia, superficiality, and recurring calls for the rapture.  From its very inception dispensationalism has frustrated evangelical scholars. In the late 1800s Reformed postmillennial scholar, J. A. Alexander, had to deal […]

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This article was written in the late 1800s by OT scholar J. A. Alexander. It deals with the problem of that day, which problem continues in our day: Are we witnessing the approaching end of church history? Ironically, for almost 200 years the Brethren (dispensationalists) have expected the end in their life times! Let’s see […]

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