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Some Christian Dispensationalists have taken to not only supporting the state of Israel, but also observing traditional Jewish holidays, keeping Kosher standards, and practicing Jewish religious rituals. It should be noted that this practice has been condemned by the [[Apostles|Holy Apostles]] (especially in [[Apostle Paul|Paul's]] [[Epistle]] to the [[Galatians]]) and [[Church Fathers]] throughout the centuries, including [[Ignatius of Antioch]] and [[John Chrysostom]], both of whom were ardent opponents of ''Judaizing''.
Dispensationalists also advocate other questionable teachings, especially in their interpretation of eschatology. For example, many believe in the Rapture, an event occurring before the Second Coming of Christ where all Christians of true belief are assumed into Heaven, and the Time of Tribulation, a period ruled by a draconian, Satanic-possessed figure called the Antichrist, where those who were not taken up must find correct belief before the [[Final Judgment|Book of Revelation|Final Judgment]].

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