A. E. Knoch was very together with Bullinger early on. Bullinger is so into racial dipensationalism people even speak of Bullingerism. They had a falling out over UR. Tony's church group, I don't know the history, but they are very together with Knoch, though his group was in California. Tony could say if Knoch founded his church, though he was certainly influential in the forming of Tony's fellowship group. It's not just "literalism." It's a lot for which there is nothing stated in the text of Scripture at all. It is "Racial Dispensationaism." It's hard for me to understand why Knoch stayed there, considering how devoted he was to making our confession of faith using the actual words God the Holy Spirit chose to make His revelation known.
Epesians 2:11-18 (CLV) . . .
11 Wherefore, remember that once you, the nations in flesh -- who are termed 'Uncircumcision' by those termed 'Circumcision,' in flesh, made by hands --
12 that you were, in that era, apart from Christ, being alienated from the citizenship of Israel, and guests of the promise covenants, having no expectation, and without God in the world.
13 Yet now, in Christ Jesus, you, who once are far off, are become near by the blood of Christ.
14 For He is our Peace, Who makes both one, and razes the central wall of the barrier
15 (the enmity in His flesh), nullifying the law of precepts in decrees, that He should be creating the two, in Himself, into one new humanity, making peace;
16 and should be reconciling both in one body to God through the cross, killing the enmity in it.
17 And, coming, He brings the evangel of peace to you, those afar, and peace to those near,
18 for through Him we both have had the access, in one spirit, to the Father.
Racial Dispensationalism rebuilds the partition betweem Jew and Gentile that was torn down by Christ's death.