Ran across this recent article by Kenneth Gentry. He seems a little excited about the developments going on within dispensationalism and presents some distinctions between it's various forms. Recent Developments in the Eschatological Debate, 07-20-11 Options for the poll are: Classic dispensationalism_Darby, Chafer, Miles Stanford, early Scofield Bible Revised (Traditional) dispensationalism_Present age of grace is a 'parenthesis'. God's plans "put on hold" until after the rapture. Walvoord, Ryrie, Pentecost, Revised Scofield Bible Progressive dispensationalism_Present dispensation is a key link between past dispensations and the future dispensations. God's plans have continued in this present dispensation, not a parenthesis. Blaising, Bock, Saucy Popular dispensationalism_Emphasis on prophecy fulfilled in the state of Israel's formation. Lindsey , Lehaye Grace Movement dispensationalism_ Church began with the Apostle Paul in Acts chapters 9-15 or Acts 28, then lost 4 basic truths_Bullinger  I pulled a couple of the options from a Wiki article.