Great Overview of the Irvingite Doctrine The Dispensational doctrine came from a book written by a Jesuit priest named Manuel Lacunza and Edward Irving‚Äôs English translation published in 1827. It was first taught by Edward Irving at the Albury Conferences.
Lacunza‚Äôs book ‚ÄúComing of Messiah in Glory and Majesty‚Äú is available at‚Ä¶
http://www.regal-network.com/dispensationalism/pdfs.htm Read pages 301, 338, 349
According to early members of the Plymouth Brethren, during 1830 a teenage girl named Margaret Macdonald reported a ‚Äúvision‚ÄĚ of a pretribulation gathering of believers. She wrote a letter to Irving reporting the details of her vision. The text of her ‚Äúvision‚ÄĚ is available from various sources. The Irvingites published the concept of a pretribulation gathering within the September 1830 edition of their publication known as, ‚ÄúThe Morning Watch‚ÄĚ. Verification is available at‚Ä¶ http://www.answersinrevelation.org/pretrib_history.pdf
http://www.daniels70weeks.com Read this and page 301 of Lacunza‚Äôs book. There you will find the genesis of the antichrist and the rebuilt temple in Dan. 9:27.
http://www.answersinrevelation.org/Jeffrey.pdf Shows revision of early Church viewpoint.
Great Sermon! Oh no, I don't think so. God plucked me out of the RCC enough years ago to know I can never have any unity thus. Grievous for those leaders mentioned. Thank you for this Dr. Cairns. A fearless preacher is worth his weight in gold for sure.
Great Sermon! I've noticed this sermon was preached in the year of 2002 we've since seen the seating of another pope, a Jesuit Pope; how incredibly prophetic was that?
I firmly believe this could maybe the last pope, not that I've believed what some so-called Malachi has said, but because of the Jesuit's agenda, Dr. Cairns makes that point very clear in his sermon.
I've seen the way this Jesuit is wooing world religions as one, his false piety, he comes on as a man of great humility, shunning opulence, thinking only of the poor and disenfranchised, nothing more than an elaborate smoke-screen shaded by the powers of darkness to dumb down the already apostate state of the Church.
Great truths. This is a good message about the sin and apostasy of Jeroboam, about the grace of God in converting Saul of Tarsus. Between minutes 19 an 25 the sermon is interrrupted by a fragment of one of Alan Cairns' sermons.