Israel, The Jews & The Millennium

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 12, 2011 - Reference - 200 pages
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This book has been written in the face of doctrines that have been generally accepted for around one hundred and eighty years. They all today in their variegated presentations, spring from John Nelson Darby, exclusive Brethren, who, having initiated them in England then went world-wide. He particularly concentrated on the United States, being successful in impregnating his doctrines in the hearts of the most important and influential preachers of that era. We should remember that the outpouring of the Spirit as on the Day of Pentecost had not yet been revived as an experience and doctrine. He question is “Why do the Pentecostals and Charismatics go along with his teachings?” Many old Pentecostals had been Baptists, Fundamentalists and Brethren. Hence they brought in the doctrine with them. Dare we go against the Scriptures to follow Darby and Schofield? Should we not take another look at Darby’s doctrine with present extensions and the Word of God, to see how they match up?
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
5
CHAPTER 3
13
CHAPTER 4
22
CHAPTER 5
30
CHAPTER 6
42
CHAPTER 7
56
CHAPTER 8
72
CHAPTER 11
104
CHAPTER 12
110
CHAPTER 13
117
CHAPTER 14
132
CHAPTER 15
137
CHAPTER 16
143
CHAPTER 17
148
CHAPTER 18
157

CHAPTER 9
85
CHAPTER 10
96
CHAPTER 19
169
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