Dispensationalism in Texas

This originally appeared as an email delivered on
Saturday, March 14th, 2020.

Grace Ambassadors is visiting San Antonio, Texas this week. Texas has a long history of dispensational influence.

Scofield, Chafer, Walvoord, Ryrie and others all had influential ministries in the state, mostly near Dallas and the dispensational seminary established by Chafer.

These influential dispensational Texans in the past century were traditional Acts 2 dispensational. There work was groundbreaking, but none of them were mid-Acts dispensational.

By the late 20th century what dispensational influence was coming out of Texas had been doused in the language of evangelical ecumenicism and muddled progressive dispensationalism (the ‘dispensationalism’ is pronounced as a whisper).

The Pauline seed had been planted but was mixed with the water of the Hebrew apostles. It was only a matter of time before the fruit became a hybrid mess.

Mid-Acts dispensationalism has the potential to reinvigorate what made dispensationalism great in Texas. What will keep it great is for churches to do the purifying work of maintaining a Pauline pattern.

This Wednesday at 6pm Texas time brother Jeremey Johnson from Grace Ambassadors will be hosting a mid-Acts Pauline dispensational meeting in San Antonio.

Meet with us in San Antonio to learn what our local church ministry in Swayzee look like, receive free resources, ask your questions, and hear clear mid-Acts Pauline dispensational preaching.

Details in the link below.

For grace,

Justin “mid-Acts lone star” Johnson

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