Bullingerism and the Bible

Author A.H.Stewart
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Bullingerism, now more commonly known by its children—Acts 9 Dispensationalism, Acts 13 Dispensationalism, Acts 28 Dispensationalism, The Grace Movement, Hyper-Dispensationalism, Mid-Acts Dispensationalism, Ultra-dispensationalism, etc., was introduced toward the end of the 19th century by E. W. Bullinger (1837-1913), a respected Anglican scholar. After his death, his ideas were further developed and popularized in various forms by Sir Robert Anderson, Charles Welch, C. F. Baker, Cornelius Stam, and many others. This old article has been reprinted because it provides a basic concise response to the confusion, without addressing the variations within Bullingerism 's offspring.
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Binding Tract
Language English
Number of Pages 6
Subject Ecclesiastical