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The Dangers Of Dispensationalism
« on: Mon Dec 07, 2009 - 15:33:51 »
Question and answer by Jack Kelley
www.gracethrufaith.com


Q. I have been visiting your site for some time now and have thoroughly enjoyed it.  Recently I received e-mail from the Reformation Book Store.  They were advertising a book on the dangers of dispensationalism.  It says that this belief causes confusion about how to pray for our Nation and the world because we believe the Bible predicts what will happen and there is nothing we can do about it, so why pray.  I have to admit that I feel confused about this too.  When we read that ‚Äúthere will be perilous times

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Re: The Dangers Of Dispensationalism
« Reply #1 on: Mon Dec 07, 2009 - 17:43:13 »
I find it odd that anyone holding to Reformed theology would suggest that dispensationalism would necessarily and logically mean that prayer is unimportant. If anything, Reformed theology with its unbalanced view of God's sovereignty is arguably far more fatalistic. Very strange, indeed.

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