[Mark 12:30, 2 Timothy 2:15,  1 Corinthians 14;15……]

The “One New Man”  [Eph. 2;15]

Neither Jew or Greek…..ONE…..In Christ Jesus [Galatians 3:26-28]

New Man….. After the Image Of Him…..where there is Neither Jew or Greek,….   [Colossians 3:10,11]

Having Abolished in HIS FLESH the Enemity, even the Law and Commandments…. to make In Himself….. One New Man  [Ephesians. 2:15]

[Luke 16:15,  John 1:16,17,  Ephesians 2:20]



The purpose of this site is to examine Classic Dispensationalism; look at its  antecedents and its many  satellite spin-offs that have enaged Christendom;  consider its tenets  vis-a-vis the Bible and to alert and warn.

The Site Owner acknowledges that the views stated here are subjective;  they may embed  factual error;  may have a  fair dose of the owner’s own bias; and in consequence  may not  be an expression of “Rightly Dividing The Word of Truth.” The content presented  hopefully will be a help to jog the heart and mind of the reader into a greater degree of “spiritual  thinking.” on the subject of prophecy whether that be biblical or otherwise.  [1 Corinthians 14:15].  This blog is presented with the mindset that the blogger himself is a learner and in no way, shape, or form “has arrived!”    We are all learners on  this narrow road we call “The Way!”  Now I knnow in part and prophesy in part.  [1 Cor. 13:9-12]

The blog owner’s  intention nevertheless is to present a  concern  to the  reader—the influence of Classical Dispensationalism,  having made its way into the Millerites, 7th Day Adventist, Jehovah’s Witnesses,  Fundamentalists, Evangelicals, Jewish Messianics, Hebrew Roots  and Christian-Zionism has spread to a degree a spirit of error.   Too much of eschatological prophecy and the spirit of  error seems to  me to have always gone hand in hand.  This phenomena to a great measure has been the product of Classical Dispensationalism brought forward by John Darby and James Brookes and enshrined by Cyrus Ingerson Scofield in the Scofield Reference Bible.   On  its heals  came Hal Lindsey’s  30 million best seller “The Late Great Planet Earth.” And wow! that too swept the imagination of the Christian world off-its- feet.  The mind of christendom in this blogger’s view,  has been greatly poisoned by  the 1909   release of Scofield’s Reference Bible.  The revised  1967 version,   produced a good 45 years after Scofield’s passing, modernized Scofield’s notes.   They did so in the context of what in  Classic Dispensationalism may be  regarded as an accurately fulfilled prophecy of the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948.  Whoever “curses you curses me,”  [Genesis 12:1-3] and  Israel,  “the apple of God’s Eye,”  [Zechariah 2:8]  became the everyday language of the Scofield world view.    Critical examination of scripture was frivolously  dubbed as antisemitism in this bloggers view,  where Jewish-supremacism may be argued as being the opposite side of the same coin.

The blogger makes the following  disclaimer.   Please note, anything said here are strictly the  bloggers musings in the main.   The information herein is  an expression of  what the blogger has read, and heard  and understood.   He acknowledges that some of of what is  presented here may be erroneous in terms of factual accuracy.   Albeit where value exists, it comes with a great indebtedness to teachers and students, friends and scholars, children and adults — servants of Our Father who have generously supplied their gleanings in person, the printed page, and the World Wide Web.

The version of the Bible used unless mentioned is the  King James Version  [KJV] throughout.

Thank You.

Your brother in Jesus,



I am not a pastor.  precisely because I do not meet the qualifications to be one.   [1 Timothy3:2]    But this is what Calvin had to say to overseers of the flock of our LORD:

John Calvin said:

“The pastor ought to have two voices:”….  “one, for gathering the sheep; and another, for warding off and driving away wolves and thieves. The Scripture supplies him with the means of doing both.”