Visitor’s Comment:


Thank you for your appearance on Hagmann & Hagmann.

I have heard both you and Steve Quayle make broad statements with regards to “dispensationalism”.  Apparently, there is more than one form of dispensationalism, but it is never clarified by the speaker.

For example:  I do NOT believe in a pre-trib rapture at all.

Therefore, when we enter into the DISPENSATION of God’s judgments upon this earth – AND WE WILL ENTER IT – , and I say, “Repent, we are in the dispensation of God’s judgments,” will I be be-headed by non-deceived Christians who do not like dispensationalists?

I think the audience is owed an explanation of the term as you use it.

Thank you.



Thanks for listening. I think I clarified what I meant in pointing out certain emphases of the Dispensational scheme such as: pre-trib rapture, 7 year tribulation period based on Daniel’s 70th week from Daniel 9, rebuilding of Jewish temple, political Antichrist etc. I know this does not encompass the whole of dispensational belief. Please share with me what you believe I neglected to mention, I would be interested to hear your perspective.

Please don’t misinterpret my debunking of a particular doctrine as disliking the adherents. I hold absolutely no disdain for any person especially, those of the household of faith. As I often mention in my presentations, I am aware that many genuine believers have not been exposed to other interpretations of end-time prophecy and everyone has a right to their opinions. I would encourage you to listen to my teaching series “Debunking the Rapture” on blogtalk “Let’s Talk, God is not Religious”. You can access this in the archives. Also, as I mentioned, my book on this subject will be coming out shortly and can be purchased through the website. Thank you for your communication and many blessings,

 Dr. Daniel Morano


From what has been said in Ap. 63. ix and Ap. 71, it will be seen that there are different Dispensations, or different characters of Divine administration, suited to the different times in which such administrations are exercised. The object of this appendix is to show that, in the Old Testament, while this present Dispensation was kept secret (cp. Matt. 13:34, 35.  Rom. 11:25.  Eph. 3:5, 9, & c.), there are remarkable breaks which can be explained only after we have the key put into our hands.

There are certain scriptures which we cannot understand unless we use this key.  Like the angels and prophets (1 Pet. 1:11, 12) we may search in vain, while others may refuse to search and “look into” these things, and profanely speak of it as the “gap theory”. Whether it be a “theory”, let Scripture decide, and the Savior Himself teach. In the synagogue at
Nazareth “He found the place where it was written:

The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me, Because He hath anointed Me to preach the gospel to the poor; He hath sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, And recovering of sight to the blind, To set at liberty them that are bruised, To preach the acceptable year of the Lord.

And HE CLOSED THE BOOK, and He gave it again to the minister, and sat down” (Luke 4:18-20).  Why this mysterious action?  Why not continue the reading Because He could not; for the words which immediately follow refer to the
end of the present Dispensation of Grace, and speak of the coming Dispensation of Judgment.  Had he continued to read Isa. 61:1, 2, the next line would have been

“And the day of vengeance of our God”.

But this part of the prophecy was not then to be fulfilled. As far as He had read, He could truly say, “This day is this Scripture fulfilled in your ears.”  But He could not have said “This day is this Scripture fulfilled”, had He not “closed the book”, but gone on to read the next line. And yet, in the A.V. and all other versions, there is only a comma between the two lines, while there is a period of nearly 2,000 years between the two statements.  (In the MSS. there is no mark of punctuation at all.) This will show the importance of “searching” and “looking into” the “manner of time” of which the prophets wrote.

Other examples may be found in

Gen. 1, between verses 1 and 2.
Ps. 22, between verses 21 and 22.
Ps. 118, in the middle of verse 22.
Isa. 9:6, after the first clause.
Isa. 53, in the middle of verse 10.
Isa. 61, in the middle of verse 2 (see above).
Lam. 4, between verses 21 and 22.
Dan. 9, between verses 26 and 27.
Dan. 11, between verses 20 and 21.
Hos. 2, between verses 13 and 14.
Hos. 3, between verses 4 and 5.
Amos 9, between verses 10 and 11.
Micah 5, between verses 2 and 3.
Hab. 2, between verses 13 and 14.
Zeph. 3, between verses 7 and 8.
Matt. 10, in the middle of verse 23.
Matt. 12, in the middle of verse 20.
Luke 1, between verses 31 and 32.
Luke 21, in the middle of verse 24.
John 1, between verses 5 and 6.
1 Pet. 1, in the middle of verse 11.
Rev. 12, between verses 5 and 6.


I believe that there are spaces of time that separate certain scripture.  E.g. when the Lord omitted “the day of vengeance of our God” from Isaiah 6 1:2 in Luke 4:17-21, He was creating a space of time between the time that
He sets sinners free through grace and repentance, and that time of God’s wrath in Revelation when judgments (hopefully) bring about repentance (we know that many won’t).

“This day is this scripture fulfilled in your ears”. But God’s vengeance for the blood of His saints begins with the trumpets and vials: a space of Approx 2,000 years between Isaiah 61:2(A) and 61:2(B).

As for Revelation, I believe that we will be in it, and that many will be killed for their faith, and not raptured in any manner.  For some time now, I have endeavored to become accustomed to the idea of being brutally killed for Christ during the tribulation.

To be frank, I’m not sure whether or not my view of “dispensations” properly fits what is commonly described as “dispensationalism”.   However, here is an Appendix from the Companion Bible.  I do not agree with everything that Dr Bullinger teaches with regard to “rapture”.

Thank you for your communication and many blessings,

Dr. Daniel Morano