Former Dispensational Christian Explains America’s Moral Decline

Unless you understands how and why some 50 million “Christians” worship Zionist Israel, there is no way to understand how Donald Trump could swing 81% of the so called Evangelical Christian vote, and maintain himself in their good graces in spite of his secular life and words.

Pastor Chuck Baldwin explains in:  The Focus Of My Labor In 2018

He states “The only hope for the restoration of liberty in America lies in,  repudiation of Scofield dispensationalism, the false futurist interpretation of Bible prophecy, and Israel-First ideology. Believe it or not, Christian support for Zionism and a gross misinterpretation of the Biblical teaching of Israel are the underlying causes of the massive deterioration of America’s Christian culture as well as the catalysts for globalism, the Warfare State, and the rise of political neoconism.”

Pastor Baldwin lists the other two “hopes” as found in America’s founding documents, and a return to “Reformation preaching as once exhibited in the pulpits of Colonial America.” We  hope you will read his inspiring story.

In it Baldwin further asserts :

“But dispensationalism exploded into prominence when the Rothschild banking cartel created the Zionist State of Israel on May 14, 1948. Since that time, virtually every Baptist, Pentecostal, Assemblies of God, and charismatic church and most “Bible” churches enthusiastically and ubiquitously promote dispensationalism as absolute Bible doctrine and the Zionist State of Israel as the absolute fulfillment of the Abrahamic Covenant.”

And: “I grew up in dispensationalism; I went to dispensationalist Bible colleges; and I taught dispensationalism for over thirty years. My very first Bible as an adult was a Scofield Reference Bible (which I still have). Some of the most well-known fundamentalist preachers of the twentieth century have their signatures in that Bible—men such as W.A. Criswell, B.R. Lakin, Tom Malone, John R. Rice, Monroe Parker, J. Vernon McGee, J. Harold Smith, Jack Hyles, Jerry Falwell, and others. My theological schooling was entirely rooted in dispensationalism.”

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Bob Stuemky
January 9th, 2018

Amish, Church of Christ, Mennonite are several nominally Protestant “denominations” which do not promote Dispensationalism.
Eastern Orthodox Christianity is entirely free of this heresy.

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