Dispensationalism and the Two lsraels

by Rev. R. C. Harbach Scripture Interprets Scripture or False Literalism The Holy Scripture provides for a very clear and plain interpretation of itself. Difficulty, however, will arise if we do not observe that there are words and terms employed in Scripture which have variant shades of meaning. It may not therefore be insisted that […]

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Dispensationalism An Ancient Error

by Rev. R. C. Harbach Historic Premillennialism distinguished from Dispensational Premillennialism The premillennial view is the doctrine of the visible and personal reign of Christ on the earth for one thousand years after the Antichrist, the False Prophet and apostate Christendom have been judged and condemned to the lake of fire. This view, in sharp […]

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Message from Rt Rev David Cook Wee Waa NSW 2388 Moderator’s Comments – Posted 29 March 2016 Wee Waa’s boom years were the mid 1960’s to the mid 1980’s, there was plenty of water, and cotton, as an Australian industry, was in its infancy. American farmers led by Paul Kahl and Frank Hadley, two Christian […]

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A MILLENNIAL KINGDOM? – Notes by Dr Rowland Ward from The Westminster Confession of Faith: A Study Guide,

A Millennial Kingdom? A MILLENNIAL KINGDOM? Notes by Dr Rowland Ward from The Westminster Confession of Faith: A Study Guide, pp. 270-272 (in 2006 expanded edition) At several periods of church history the view has been quite widely advocated that Christ returns to set up a millennial kingdom of 1,000 years based at Jerusalem, the […]

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