A Lutheran Take-down of Dispensationalism

I won’t elaborate on this: Dispensationalism: What and Why Not. It might be a little long, but you can also grab a PDF version of the same paper to read later. It will show you that we are closer to the Lutheran position on such things. That doesn’t mean Lutherans would accept us with open arms, but they certainly handle this one issue pretty well.

(Hat tip and thanks to Bruce.)

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One Response to A Lutheran Take-down of Dispensationalism

  1. Iain says:

    Another one for my stack. In the footnotes section on the last page (11) there is a number of scriptures with dispy interpretation added in bold. I was laughing my patooty off until it hit me, a lot of people belief this stuff. Then I thought. Welllll that’s their problem and went back to laughing.
    All joking aside, each of us is accountable to God for what we believe, if a person is going to blindly accept what they are told by a preacher or read in a book and not “study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth” 2Tim 2:15 KJV*, then they”ll get what’s coming to them. The denial of the supremacy of the heart within Western Christianity makes it’s adherents especially prone to such obvious and odious doctrines of devils. “Amen, preach on, brother Iain,” naw I’m done except for part *.

    *I use KJV so I don’t have to deal with 1611 onlyers. It actually is my preferred version to read aloud or listen to. It turns out, that how it sounded was very important to the KJV translators because, they knew a lot of the people were illiterate. Another tidbit, the translators also quite consciously used language that was anachronistic but, still widely understood. It’s all out there, free and accessible information, so there really is no excuse for ignurnce even fer peckerwoods like me who are saving up for a tattoo and a gold tooth!

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