nowhere is it stated that Jesus will come to the earth again. Folks, we've bought a bill of goods. The throne of his glory is in heaven. It doesn't say anywhere that that throne will be broght down from heaven and plopped in a rebuilt stone ediface in Jerusalem, which is what Baptists teach. For some reason, many Baptists laud C.I. Scofield. Yet, his teachings are false. I've heard Independent Fundamental Baptists even say "Open your Scofield Bibles to page 902." Wow. How many of you on this forum have a Scofield Bible? It's time for Baptists to have a major rethink of eschatology. Nothing they have ever taught has come true, and all the speculation has come and went. The cat is out of the bag - the dispensationalism that BAptists embrace and teach is a FALSE DOCTRINE.