Charles Henry Welch (called C. H. Welch) (1880–1967) was a Christian dispensational theologian, writer and speaker.
During his lifetime he produced over 60 books, booklets and pamphlets, and more than 500 audio recordings. His most significant works are 56 bound volumes of the Berean Expositor, a Bible study magazine edited by Mr. Welch from 1906 until his death in 1967, and 10 volumes of The Alphabetical Analysis. He also taught his dispensational approach of the Bible with lectures throughout Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, Canada and the United States.
Welch promoted the Acts 28 position which he believed "is indeed of the utmost dispensational importance to the believer today. It marks a frontier." He believed the dispensational truths of the Acts period (29 – 62 AD) differed greatly from those written after the Acts period,