Death of the Church Victorious, Ovid Need, paperback


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Ovid Need Jr. grew up as an Independent Baptist. After his 1965 discharge from the US Navy Seabees, he became active in the Mega-Church movement. An associate pastor for 7 years, he became the Pastor of Linden Baptist Church, in January 1983.  Leaving the previously strong Scofield influence when called into the pastorate and through serious study and research, along with Providentially provided resources, e.g., The London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689, he departed from his strict Scofieldism. Pastor Need has written several books, and has edited and published The Biblical Examiner ( since 1984, which now has worldwide circulation.

His articles have appeared in several national and international publications, including the Chalcedon Report and the Journal of Christian Reconstruction.  Death of the Church Victorious is the result of over ten years’ research, and was submitted to Whitefield Theological Seminary ( as partial fulfillment of the requirements for his Doctor of Theology degree.

Death of the Church Victorious traces, with abundant documentation,  the roots and modern growth of ''Protestant Zionism'' and dispensational theology, i.e., God working in different ways in different periods of  time, from its roots in the late 1700s to the late 1900s. The new and unique ideas presented during that time were considered unorthodox,  even heresy. But through dedication and hard work, men such as John Darby, George Müller, Hudson Taylor and Dwight Moody changed Christianity from victory to defeat, and exalted ''Zionism''  over the ''Gospel Church.''

Now non-dispensational theology is considered unorthodox. Moody’s Northfield conferences, the Civil War and the publication of Scofield’s popular Reference Bible allowed ''Zionism'' and dispensationalism to become legitimate Biblical  doctrines in America.   484 pages, paperback


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