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The Incredible Scofield and His Book
Joseph Canfield

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Who was Cyrus I. Scofield?

Almost everyone knows about the Scofield Reference Bible. But no one before this has worked out a detailed account of the life of Cyrus I. Scofield. And yet there is such an amazing amount of material that should be known about this man and his character that everyone who is at all interested in the dispensational system should read this book.

This is a powerful book. The material is well documented. Anyone who gets this book and reads it will find here some amazing things about a man whose book is well known, but whose life we believe concerning many of its most features has been purposely concealed lest it be found to contradict his teachings.

This is one of the most powerful books that has ever been written against the dispensational system. It is powerful because it shows how the book that has had the most to do with promotion of that system, The Scofield Reference Bible, originated.

Here is a book that dispensationalists as well as others will do well to read. It is powerful, so powerful we dare say, that if dispensationalists would read it carefully, perhaps half of them would turn from that system.


Joseph M. Canfield was born January 12, 1919 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Joseph and Elizabeth Canfield. They had two children, Joseph and his sister Margaret Louise. His family was Christian and his grandmother had gone forward at a meeting with D.L. Moody, which was held in Philadelphia in 1876. Joseph’s parents were devout Christians attending a fundamentalist Baptist church in Philadelphia and their children were raised in the church. Joseph received Christ as his personal Lord and Saviour in 1934.

The parents were extremely conservative and the family did not purchase a radio until 1932, which was constantly tuned to Christian broadcasting. His father did not purchase an automobile until 1940 and the children were not allowed any outside activities except church and school. Continue reading

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