Early in his life Arthur Pink was a Scofield Reference Bible carrying Christian. In fact, the Dictionary of Premillenial Theology notes that he wrote what is considered a classic work of the end times called The Antichrist. Yet around 1929 he began to reject dispensational teachings as he grew in his understanding of Reformed theology.
In this A Study of Dispensationalism we discover his core complaint against dispensationalism: it destroys the unity and applicability of Scripture. He so vigorously turned from dispensationalism that in these pages he denounces it as a "modern and pernicious error". Through his characteristically insightful and compelling method he ably demonstrates dispensationalism's destructive tendencies. Against dispensationalism he argues that there is no conflict between the law and Gospel of the grace of God.