Dispensational Truth

by A. J. Harrop This article was originally published as a pamphlet by A J Harrop titled Dispensational Truth (now out-of-print). Subheadings having been inserted into the edition published below.  * * * ‘Dispensational Truth! What on earth is that? Never heard of such a thing!’ That is the impression some […] Read more »

The Right Division of Scripture

by Charles H. Welch 1. THE DECLARATION. We believe all Scripture to be inspired and profitable, but we also realise that while all Scripture is written for our learning, all has not been written to or about us. We see the need to distinguish between dispensations, to avoid confusing law […] Read more »

What is Right Division?

by Richard Snowden What Is Right Division – single page format – R Snowden The term “right division” comes from 2 Timothy 2:15 – “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” The picture of the apples […] Read more »

What is a Dispensation?

Below are three stand alone articles, which have all appeared in Spiritual Blessings Magazine at various times. Each article addresses the question, “What is a Dispensation?”. Each has been written from different authors, approaching the question from three slightly different angles. Together, the three articles complement each other and present a multi-faceted […] Read more »

United Yet Divided

by Charles H. Welch United, yet Divided (PDF) Subtitled “A Key to Holy Scripture”, the title refers to the Bible being a united whole, inspired by the one true God, but needing to be rightly divided. Twenty brief chapters, only a page or two in length each, on the following subjects: […] Read more »

Dispensational Difficulties

by Athol Walter Contents: Cutting Up the Bible Based on one verse only? The Bride of Christ * * * Anyone who tries to interest others in Dispensational Truth quickly finds out that not only is there a great wall of resistance, but that certain objections keep cropping up. I […] Read more »