A true Bible study may actually shake your faith and even cause you to reconsider your association with Christianity. These are things your pastor isn’t going to utter in a Bible study (ironic that it’s called a study). My new life as a professor in science has really opened new doors to me. It has also closed a dark door in my past – Christianity. Many of you hear about some of the positive themes of Christianity, such as “love” and the whole “Jesus saves” story. I’m here to share with you some of the things I found in the Bible. I’m warning you that if you’re reasonable and honest and you ask questions – you might not like the answers.
The most popular prophetic chart used worldwide.
The chart showing “the course of time from eternity to eternity” is said to have had its beginning in a very natural and practical way when its author had a series of on prophecy at a Bible conference. A.E. Booth was stopped on his way to a meeting, and asked to explain the sequence of some events he had mentioned. Taking a pencil, he sketched roughly on the side of a barn they were passing at the moment the seven days of Creation and the “dispensations” they illustrate.
Mr. Booth later drew the chart in detail, and Loizeaux Brothers published it in 1896. After three printings, a revised and more detailed chart in full colour took its place. This edition has been continuously in print ever since, its thirty-eight printings bringing the 1984 total to nearly half a million copies of the chart plus 134,000 of this Key. In addition, some hundreds of lecture-size charts have also been produced, probably the most popular prophetic chart in constant use around the world. Source: Gospel Folio Press
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Dispensationalism is a religious interpretive system for the Bible. It considers Biblical history as divided deliberately by God into defined periods or ages to each of which God has allotted distinctive administrative principles.
— Dispensationalism – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia