Dispensationalism as a method of Bible interpretation arose in the 1800s.(This is actually an important point to note that it is a very recent theological school of thought.) Its major premise is that God has a strict timetable in which He has divided time into seven dispensations (periods of time) each with a different form of redemption.Groce started his coaching career as an assistant with his alma mater, Taylor University, under Paul Patterson from 1993 to 1996.His next job was an assistant at North Carolina State under Herb Sendek from 1996 to 2000.
Therefore it was 4000 years from Creation to Christ ("4 days") and it will be 2000 years ("2 days") from Christ to His return to establish the Millennium (typified by the seventh "day" of rest), they claim.However, the Bobcats went on a run in the MAC Tournament, winning the championship as the No. As a result, the Bobcats received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. 14 seed in the Midwest region and Groce led the Bobcats to an upset win over No. In 2012, Groce led the Bobcats to a 11–5 conference record and another MAC Tournament championship. The team won the 2012 Maui Invitational by defeating Butler in the championship game.As the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, the Bobcats received a No. Illinois finished the year 23–13, but with a losing conference record at 8–10.Intrinsic to this scheme is the theory that the original six days of Creation are typical of periods of time for each dispensation.Dispensationalist teachers appeal to the Bible to support this notion that the original days can be equated to periods of a thousand years.He was eventually replaced by Oklahoma State head coach, Brad Underwood.