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[Above] Henry Drummond’s Albury Mansion near London — 1830s where Prophetic conferences were held — influenced by the French Revolution 1789-1799.
[Above] Theodosia Powerscort Mansion in France1830s where Prophetic conferences were held — influenced by the French Revolution 1789-1799.
Darby and Theodosia Powerscort fall in love — Darby who had been an Anglican mininster in Dublin suggests that the Prophetic conferences be held in Hotel Dublin,
Albury and Powerscort conferences many years later were mimicked in the USA, and promoted by James Brookes who mentored and fathered Scofield in his new found faith. D. L. Moody also under Darby’s “spell” championed the Niagara Prophetic conference and others that had grown in USA.
Scofield in the circle of James Brookes who is a supporter of both Darby and the evangelist D. L. Moody finds himself in the midst of the prophetic. Gleans from the talk, even supports Moody’s and Ira Sankey’s evangelistic crusades. gets enchanted by Darby’s innovative and radical Dispensationalist views that had grown in the atmosphere of the Plymouth Brethren — Edward Irving and also the Roman Catholic Manuel Lacunza. In 1904 (?) Scofield starts penning Darby’s model into the Scriptures, under the guise of “Rightly Dividing The Word Of Truth, a paper he had written in 1888 (?) around the same time Theodore Herzel was busy promoting the Zionist movement with eyes set on bringing the Jews back “to their homeland.” [qd.cqe.cpi | 75%]. Scofield appends a D.D. to his name.