[PDF edited 10/2015]. Since 1909 the Scofield Reference Bible has enjoyed great popularity - despite the fact that Scofield's notes contain many blatant, serious, and even "damnable" heresies, including 4 separate gospels in the N.T. era and dismissal of Christ's teachings as being irrelevant to the Church. This series of messages refutes Scofield's heresies from a balanced premillennial perspective, aiming to correct the hyper-dispensational brand of premillennialism that Scofield popularized, along with his false views of the Kingdom, of Christ's message and ministry, and of the Gospel itself.
In this important Part 3 message we refute Scofieldâ€™s most damnable and despicable of heresies; that the â€śGospel of the Kingdomâ€ť preached by the Lord Jesus is not the same gospel that Paul preached or that we are to preach; that there are in fact 4 separate gospels that must be distinguished in the NT era; and further that Christâ€™s earthly teachings were for Israel alone and have no relevance to the Church. First however, we refute the heresy that Scofield taught to lead into the others; that there are 2 separate kingdoms in view in the Bible; (1) the Kingdom of Heaven, allegedly the earthly kingdom promised to National Israel, offered to Israel at Christâ€™s first advent, but rejected; and (2) the Kingdom of God, being the heavenly kingdom occupied by the Church. We show conclusively that these 2 are clearly one and the same; that Christ's kingdom is NOT divided; there is only ONE King, with ONE Kingdom.