In our examination of the teaching in the New Testament on the return of the Lord Jesus Christ we have discovered the great prominence of this doctrine. Born in Germany on August 27, , A. C. Gaebelein emigrated to the United States in to avoid compulsory military service and to experience the. The Psalms: An Exposition [Arno C. (A C) Gaebelein] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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He was a prominent teacher and conference speaker.
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He was also the father of educator and philosopher of Christian education Frank E. Being a dispensationalisthe was a developer of the movement in its early days. Two of his books, Revelation, an Analysis and Exposition and Current Events in garbelein Light of the Bible explain the dispensationalist view of eschatology.
Gaebelein did not support the Christian Zionists in their alliance with the Zionist Organisation. In a speech, he stated:. Zionism is not the divinely promised restoration of Israel Zionism is not the fulfillment of the large number of predictions found in the Old Testament Scriptures, which relates to Israel’s return to the land. Indeed, Zionism has very little use of argument from the Word of God.
It is rather a political and philanthropic undertaking.
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Instead of coming together before God, calling upon His name, trusting Him, that He is able to perform what He has so often promised, they speak about their riches, their influence, their Colonial Bank, and court the favor of the Sultan.
The great movement q one of unbelief and confidence in themselves instead of God’s eternal purposes. InGaebelein left the Methodist Episcopal Church because of its theological liberalism. Gaebelein was an advocate of gap creationism. Scofield on his monumental work, the Scofield Reference Bible. We hold that Scriptural — not Talmudic or Rabbinical, still less Reformed — Judaism is as much as divine revelation as Christianity.
The canon of the New Testament has no higher Divine authority than has that of the Old. Neither is complete without the other. Salvation is from the Jews, John iv: The Jew is not a Gentile. The Jew has no need whatever of the organizations or instutitions of historical i.
Gentile and denominational Christianity. All he needs is personal, saving faith in his own Jewish Messiah, the Christ of God, nothing more.
And all that was Divinely given him through Moses he has full liberty to retain and uphold as far as possible when he becomes a believer in Jesus Christ. This to us clearly follows from these Scriptual considerations: Abraham — the Divine pattern of the true Jew, as well as of the believing Gentile, Rom. And thus Paul writes: This was the ruling of the apostle to the Gentiles in all the churches. The natural seed of Jacob shall not cease to be a nation before the Lord forever, Jerem.
Even so at this present times — through the gospel — a remnant of the nation is being saved, according to the election of grace, Rom. These saved Jews, to be a true remnant, should not surrender any of the Divinely appointed marks of the nation Israel. They should not be taught to un-Jew themselves.
The Lord Jesus Christ was a minister of the circumcision for the truth of God. He came not to destroy, but to fulfill, the law. Jewish disciples of Christ, by gxebelein word of the Lord Himself, should not be taught to break or disregard one of these least commandments, Matt. They should walk and gaeelein even as He lived among His own people, i.
On gaebelin from the day of Pentecost myriads of Jewish believers were by the Holy Spirit baptized into fellowship with the glorified Christ. Jesus has not surrendered or forfeited His distinctive claim to the throne of His Jewish ancestor, David, by ascending on high and becoming the glorified Head of His body, the church.
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