Responding to the Critics

The Distorted Hermeneutic of Modern Futurism – #4

We are examining the flawed hermeneutic of the futurist apologists. When debating with one another, they both utilize this flawed hermeneutic, and then condemn it, when it is used by their opponents! Inconsistent? To say the very least! The Dominionists condemn the Dispensationalists for arguing that since the word “church” is missing in Revelation 4-22 that the subject is not…

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Schedule Information for the Upcoming Gregg – Preston Debate

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Responding to the Critics

The Distorted Hermeneutic of Modern Futurism – #2

In our first article on this issue, I shared how Amillennialists, Postmillennialists and Dispensationalists all resort to what is commonly called an argument from silence. To illustrate, the Dispensationalists claims that because the word “church” is not found in Revelation 4-22 that the subject cannot be there. In response, Dominionists such as Kenneth Gentry, Gary DeMar and others (seemingly) reject…

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Written Debates

McDonald -V- Debate- McDonald's Affirmative Summary

This is the very last installment in the protracted debate with Jerry McDonald. Brother Preston and interested readers: The proposition we have been discussing for my affirmative states:  “Resolved: The Bible teaches that the Second Coming of Christ, the resurrection and the Judgment will occur at the end of the current Christian age.”  While I have been in the affirmative…

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Written Debates

McDonald -V- Preston Debate: Preston's Final Negative

  I appreciate the opportunity to engage in this exchange, although I must say that Jerry’s approach is more than troublesome. He has changed positions repeatedly on key verses, all the while denying it. He has argued for the authority of uninspired men over the inspiration of scripture. Then, ironically, he has openly rejected the historical testimony that refutes him.…

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McDonald -V- Preston Debate: McDonald's Final Affirmative

Brother Preston and interested readers:   The proposition is:  “Resolved: The Bible teaches that the Second Coming of Christ, the resurrection and the Judgment will occur at the end of the current Christian age.”   I appreciate the opportunity to, once again, be back in the affirmative of this part of the debate.  As I said, in an earlier article,…

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