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  • Acts    Dispensationally Considered - Bob Brown believes it does not matter when    the church began (he believes Acts 2), but when God blinded Israel and    revealed the present heavenly hope (he believes Acts 28:28). 

  • Ages and Dispensations    - Because an age (period of time) and a dispensation (stewardship) are    totally different concepts, Arlen L. Chitwood only sees 4 possible    dispensations in scripture. 

  • Amazing    Grace Bible Studies - The goal of this Dispensational message board is    to thoroughly furnish the saints unto all good works (2Tim 3:16), as good    soldiers contending for the faith (IITim 2:3). 

  • The Berean Dispensational    Site - Dispensationalism is the doctrine that believers today are not    "spiritual Jews" (Gal. 3:28; Col. 3:9-11; Ro. 10:12), and this    site analyzes the ongoing debate between the various Dispensational    "camps". 

  • The Bible: Fundamentals    in Common; Fundamental Differences - States his two tenets make him a    'double minority' in the Christian community, and focuses on apologetics for    the Pauline Distinctive (a distinct minority within the Dispensational    mainstream). 

  • Biblical    Doctrinal Revelation - Dispensationalist Carlos Delpinovaldez believes    the Church began in Acts 2 on the day of Pentecost, and that tongues are the    initial evidence that God has sealed us unto redemption. 

  • Christian    Forums: Dispensationalism - Open to participation by all Christians,    this forum allows its members to discuss various dispensational topics,    including theological disagreements between Classic Dispensationalists and    mid-Acts Dispensationalists. 

  • Classic Pauline    Dispensationalism Explained - These Pauline Dispensationalists believe    the church began at Pentecost (Acts 2), but that the doctrinal details were    a complete mystery until revealed to and by Paul. This distinguishes them    from both Traditional and Hyper-Dispensationalists. 

  • Comparison    of Paul's Pre-prison and Prison Epistles - In contrast to Paul's    Acts-period epistles, his prison epistles do not mention Abraham or the New    Covenant; and they also use a different word for the resurrection. 

  • The Day of    Pentecost - Because the Pentecostal message no longer applies to this    present dispensation of grace, Christians who believe the church began on    Pentecost do not understand what took place on that day. 

  • Dispensational    Theology - Scripture Knowledge Institute outlines basic Dispensational    Theology, and explains why Traditional Dispensationalists believe the    Charismatics and the hyper-dispensationalists both wrongly divide the word. 

  • Dispensational    Theology by Phillip Heideman, Th.M. - Written from a viewpoint similar    to what Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer believed, this article identifies certain    weaknesses in traditional Dispensational theology, and proposes three    changes in the presentation of Dispensationalism. 

  • Doctrinal    Problems with Acts 2 Dispensationalism - Examines what Dispensationalism    teaches about the Church; states that Bible teaching in Acts 2 is very weak    and needs improvement. 

  • Heaven's Embassy -    Rightly Dividing the Word - This dispensation began with Israel's fall;    and those who believe the "one new man" (the present church)    existed prior to then will erroneously read Pauline truth into the 4    Gospels. 

  • Introduction to    Pauline Apologetics - Phillip W. Dennis uses the apologetic method of    presuppositionalism to show that mid-Acts dispensationalism maintains the    authority of Scripture, and articulates a consistent hermeneutic. 

  • One True    Church - In the Jewish book of Acts, Paul suspended Israel's Judahism    (Acts 13:46, 18:6, 28:28), simultaneously creating the Eph 3:1-10 Mystery    Church, fully revealed after Acts 28:28 in Ephesians, Philippians,    Colossians. 

  • Pauline    Apologetics: The Defense of the One Faith - One necessary emphasis of    this 1999 conference focused upon the defense of Paul's gospel, the One    Faith of the Body of Christ. 

  • Question17 :    Mid-Acts Dispensationalism - Traditional Dispensationalists ponder    mid-Acts Dispensationalism, and the fact that before Paul was saved, Peter    and James never mentioned salvation through the death and resurrection of    Christ. 

  • Realms of    Faith: Christian Authors Database - Presenting information on prominent    Dispensationalist leaders such as Max Anders, Jerry Falwell, Zola Levitt,    Chuck Swindoll, and Kenneth Wuest; along with various Progressive    Dispensational leaders. 

  • The    Regressive Progressive - Although Progressive Dispensationalism is an    attempt by Traditional Dispensationalists to answer Covenant Theological    criticisms over contradictions that arise from starting the Church at    Pentecost, mid-Acts Dispensationalism provides superior answers. 

  • Right Division    - This Yahoo Group is devoted to issues concerning dispensational truth,    emphasizes the ministry of the apostle Paul, and welcomes suggestions on    more effectively communicating the truths of Right Division. 

  • Rings    of Benzene: Me, a theologian? - Laura Keslar, a pre-pharmacy major at    the University of Arizona, explains why she is a dispensationalist, and    believes the King James Bible is the word of God. 

  • Should We    Follow Peter or Paul? - Paulís message for believers in this present    dispensation of grace is different from Peterís message, because Peter    preached the gospel of the kingdom. [PDF] 

  • Spiritual Christianity    - Because Paul is the revelator of Divine Truth in the New Testament,    believers should realize that if a manís gospel is not Pauline, he is not    teaching the true gospel. 

  • Time Past    and But Now - Because Godís instructions to Israel no longer apply    during this present dispensation, Christians can no longer perform the signs    and wonders that were authentic in Acts chapter 2. 

  • The    Twelve Dispensations - This Dispensational writer believes there are    actually 12 dispensations in the Bible, instead of only 7, as most    Dispensationalists believe. 

  • Ultradispensationalism    Defined - Ultradispensationalism simply describes those who rightly    divide to a further extent; yet many "Ultradispensationalists"    refuse fellowship with other Dispensationalists whose beliefs do not agree    in every detail. 

  • What do    we mean by Dispensational Truth? - Dispensational Truth, from the Acts    28 perspective, distinguishes between the blessing, "The meek shall    inherit the earth", and those blessings which are spiritual, to be    enjoyed "in heavenly places".