|A342 : by Tony Garland |
I was not aware of the teaching that "Jews (of the present time) who reject Christ now have another chance to be saved during the millennium."
I certainly haven't taught that—nor am I aware of any teachers on our website — or mainstream dispensationalists — who teach such a view.
Mainstream dispensationalism has always taught there is one one way of salvationa in any age and that one's opportunity to respond in faith and obtain eternal life comes to a final end at death, "it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment" (Hebrews 9:27, NASB).
If Jews in this age were to live into the millennium (if Jesus came back "soon" and they survived the tribulation), then they would still have a chance to come to faith since while they remain alive. But I know nothing of any idea that any person could be saved—having a second chance—after having already died without exercising faith.
Regarding resources on dispensationalism, I can recommend: