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Which books of A. W. Pink were written when he was still a Dispensationalist?

That's the question I was searching for the answer of on the internet. The closest hit I came across was this:

"The late A.W. Pink, champion of Reformed Theology, was a Dispensationalist early in his writing career. Pink wrote four books on the subject of premillennialism from a Dispensational premillennial perspective: Redeemer’s Return, The Golden Age: A Treatise on the One Thousand Year Reign of Christ on Earth, The Antichrist, and The Prophetic Parables of Matthew 13."

That's from here: http://faithalone.org/magazine/y2011/11D2.html

So there is the answer. Fewer than I thought. The last two books mentioned were where I saw his dispensationalism, so that list rings true to me anecdotally.  


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