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:
1 God Hath Spoken
2 Some commands we have never obeyed!
3 Paul’s Testimony very different to that of Moses
4 Law and Grace
5 A Fundamental Principle
6 Jew Gentile and Church of God
7 Right Division
8 The Church: What is it?
9 The Various Dispensations
10 Are there Several Gospels?
11 The Kingdom
12 Two Dispensations Running Concurrently
13 Christ as King
14 The Acts of the Apostles
15 Main Features of Epistles of the Acts Period
16 The Prison Ministry of Paul
17 The Good Deposit
18 The Three Spheres of Blessing
19 Acts 28:17-28. The Dispensational Boundary
(Readers of ‘United Yet Divided’ may also wish to read Charles Welch’s next booklet in the series: ‘Far Above All’.)
What others have said about this ‘United Yet Divided’:
Christian theologian and author Dr. W.H. Griffith Thomas wrote: ‘This booklet deals with the important subject of Dispensational Teaching and shows the vital necessity and spiritual importance of “rightly dividing the Word of Truth”. This fundamental principle is clearly and convincingly set forth and deserves the thorough and constant attention of all Bible Students. The author’s application of the principle is that the dispensational boundary is not Pentecost but Acts 28:17-28. While he believes that “a” church began at Pentecost, “the” Church which is Christ’s Body did not begin until the last Jewish rejection of the Gospel recorded in Acts 28 took place. On this account that chapter is the boundary line. Without necessarily accepting every position laid down, the booklet is of real value and deserves the thorough consideration of “all who love the Truth”‘.