Hey all. Quick history to explain my situation, then my question. I've been raised in Baptist churches all my life (SBC when I was younger, IFB now). Was saved young (11 y/o, I'm now 24) and have only heard the Bible explained through what was called a "Dispensational" point of view. That is how I've read, studied and believed the Bible. Now, I have met several other believers and found several articles online regarding this method of interpretation and have found that it's a serious debate (something I didn't even know about until last year!). Now, looking into dispensational beliefs I've found a lot of difference from what I was taught. The website Against Dispensationalism has their 95 theses http://againstdispensationalism.com/95-theses-2/ going through a list of disputed dispensational beliefs. But I've never heard of MOST of these! E.g. The following points: So, I could list others that I have never heard or only heard of as "fringe" beliefs, but you get my point I hope. So my questions are these; Is this the standard teaching of dispensationalism? If so, (Somewhat rhetorically) how did I miss that? And what was I taught under that same name?