Why Am I A Dispensationalist

Why Am I A Dispensationalist? | Vincenzo Russo

Vincenzo Russo is laymen living in Ashford, a little town in the county of Kent, England with his wife, Manuela. He works as Software Architect in London, and usually goes by the name of Vince or Vinnie. He used to be a computer geek, but these days he is more of a theology one.  My name’s Vincenzo Russo; I’m 36 years old and am originally from Naples, Italy. I have been living in the UK since 2008 and am currently [...]

By | 2018-03-21T08:18:22+00:00 March 20th, 2018|Categories: Dispensational Theology|Tags: |3 Comments

Why Am I A Dispensationalist? | Bradley Maston

Pastor Bradley Maston, Fort Collins Bible Church I grew up in a Christian home. A missionary home. A home that emphasized God’s love and pronounced His Grace Gospel to the world. From my earliest years, I dedicated my time and energy to serving Jesus and making His gift of salvation known to us. I have always known that Jesus loves me, through good times and bad, through periods of rebellion and periods of obedience. I was always an ardent student [...]

By | 2018-03-06T22:56:37+00:00 March 7th, 2018|Categories: Dispensational Theology|Tags: |1 Comment

Why Am I A Dispensationalist? | Jacob Reinhardt

I'm Jacob Reinhardt, and I am a dispensationalist.[1] To explain why I am a dispensationalist, I have to trace my life in two different phases. First, there are the years of receiving implied dispensational thought, though I didn't realize it. Second, there are the more recent years when I became a more convinced dispensationalist! I grew up in church, and was saved at five years old. When I began to take my faith more seriously at age 14, I spent a very [...]

By | 2018-02-27T18:26:27+00:00 February 28th, 2018|Categories: Dispensational Theology|Tags: |0 Comments

Why Am I A Dispensationalist? | Chris Giles

  Chris Giles is a layman living in Forney, Texas with his wife, Fran, and their four children. I am nothing more than a layman who has spent the majority of his life in church. Although I was raised a Catholic, I was always an outsider. I never quite fit in to the ritual, the liturgy, or the rites of the Catholic church. I found the Bible to be interesting and would read the large picture Bible that I had [...]

By | 2018-02-19T13:52:52+00:00 February 21st, 2018|Categories: Dispensational Theology|Tags: |0 Comments

Why Am I A Dispensationalist? | Pastor Mark Goad

Pastor Mark Goad My name is Mark Goad.  I was born in 1964 in a Navy hospital at Millington Naval Air Station in Millington, TN.  My dad was a Navy Chaplain and later Pastored a Baptist Church in Southeast GA.  I was saved at age 12 and immediately gained a desire to learn more of God's word. My first exposure to Dispensational Theology came through my dad's preaching.  I was a teenager at the time.  I went to college, got [...]

By | 2018-02-15T08:58:25+00:00 February 14th, 2018|Categories: Dispensational Theology|Tags: |0 Comments

Why Am I A Dispensationalist? | Paul Miles

Paul Miles Paul and Lena Miles “Why am I a dispensationalist?” For me, a better question might be, “Why am I still a dispensationalist?” But, let me start from the beginning. I grew up in the Bible Belt of East Texas, in a youth group that was more fun and games than Bible study. I wanted to know more about the Bible, but as Milton said, “The hungry sheep look up, and are not fed.” I soon concluded that Christianity [...]

By | 2018-02-07T10:36:53+00:00 February 7th, 2018|Categories: Dispensational Theology|Tags: |0 Comments

Why Am I A Dispensationalist? | Jim Lilley

Jim Lilley Pastor Jim Lilley and his wife, Bonnie I was reared in a Southern Baptist Church where the Second Coming was never once mentioned. In fact, as a  young man I went to my pastor and asked him about the book of The Revelation. He responded that it was a "closed book," and he only preached from one verse in the book (Revelation 3:20). However, from time to time I would hear Dr. J. Harold Smith preach on the [...]

By | 2018-01-29T06:59:21+00:00 January 31st, 2018|Categories: Dispensational Theology|Tags: |4 Comments