I believe: That there was a pre-fall time (undetermined length) in which God had "face to face" fellowship with Adam (and Eve). That there was a time existed from the fall until Noah in which people lived a longer time. That there was a time existed from the flood until Moses in which God selected an individual and grew a nation of His choosing. That there was a time existed in which the written Law (more than the decalogue) was presented by God and served as a determining point in which humankind could be held to more than opinion and feelings. That there is a time exists (undetermined in length) in which the law serves as a "school master" pointing to Christ who provided payment for all sins of humankind and provides reconciliation between God and man of all who believe. That there will be a time of specific length (1000 years) in which Christ will rule the whole world from the throne seat of David while Satan is chained. That there will be a place (time no more) God will judge ALL men at the great white throne, and those who do not have their name written in the Lamb's book of life will spend eternity in the Lake of Fire. That ALL who have their name in the Lamb's book of life will spend eternity in the place that Christ is preparing for them - the new heaven and new earth. To shorten this OP, my soteriology would probably be considered reformed. The dispensational camp isn't comfortable with me because I am reformed. The reformed camp isn't comfortable with me because I am dispensational as expressed in the above statements. Is there anyone else who have similar views and knows the struggle/rejection?