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« Reply #30 on: January 05, 2011, 11:16:49 PM »

Dan,
 Like I've said, I'm rather new to Pauline diispensational thought but find it quite intriguing.
So no I have not heard of Les Feldick.
And yes I do like what I have read of these Pauline teachers including Brock.
What is your take on Miles Stanford? Pauline yet Acts 2. It was through his teachings that eventually I got  hooked on the mid-Acts view, HA.
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« Reply #31 on: January 06, 2011, 02:33:33 PM »

Dan,
 Like I've said, I'm rather new to Pauline diispensational thought but find it quite intriguing.
So no I have not heard of Les Feldick.
And yes I do like what I have read of these Pauline teachers including Brock.
What is your take on Miles Stanford? Pauline yet Acts 2. It was through his teachings that eventually I got  hooked on the mid-Acts view, HA.


 Hi prism , and those I have seen his name many times on christian forums , I have yet to read any of his teachings .

 I , have stayed with Charles Baker and C R Stam and then learned of Robert C  Brock and had the pleasure to meet him in home in St Petersburg  Florida and support his ministry .   He is 80 years old and is slowing down , but still writes a Journal on Pauline Dispensationalism .

 Most of what I posted on this site and on many other sites is  original with me , those I do use his material .  Les Feldick is more well known on the East coast and mid-west , and is on TV , DAN P
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