Hi brothers/sisters! So I am the only person in my family (and even my wife's family) who is Reformed and they are all dispensational and premillenialists (pre-trib). Fun dinners. So I know my views are absolutely against dispensational premillenialism since I believe we have always been once church under the Covenant of Grace and that God isn't going to deal with the Jews in a better, special way than us. Whether I'd consider myself Amil or Postmil are really up for debate since I haven't really researched past the destruction of the temple in 70 AD. All I know is I am a partial-preterist and believe that Christ's words in Matthew 24 were for that specific generation, Revelations is meant for the churches of that day and reflect the temple destruction. Since I still have a lot of studying up to do, I was wondering if anyone had good references (especially scriptures) that dispensationalists use to allude to future prophecies (such as Ezekiel's temple) that have been disputed. I grew up in the dispensational church so I know several of their arguments (however, I never looked up the scriptures when I was younger, so I'm not sure where to find everything). I really want them to at least start questioning how these prophecies may have been fulfilled or at least that they don't mean 7-year tribulation, 2 raptures, etc. I really want to help my family understand why dispensationalism is against what the scripture teaches and to let them see that there is more than just dispensational premillenialism (when I told them I didn't believe their church's end times view, they asked if I was mid-trib or post-trib) Any information would be great!