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New Debate in Bend, Oregon

Re-Thinking End TimesNovember 9th & 10th, 2013 Shilo InnBend, Oregon Harold Eberle of www.worldcastministries.com vs. Don K. Preston of www.eschatology.org   This will be a two day, “Panel Discussion” and promises to be a wonderful time of learning and fellowship, so come be with us!

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Sam Frost Withdraws From The Debate With Don K. Preston

Sam Frost was once an active advocate of Covenant Eschatology. However, he abandoned that view. A little over a year ago, Sam challenged me to debate him, insisting that there was a tremendous amount of interest in such a debate, and assuring me that he was ready to refute Covenant Eschatology. He even posted “An Open Letter To Don Preston”…

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An Open Response to Sam Frost's Open Letter

An Open Response to Sam Frost Sam Frost posted “An Open Letter to Don K. Preston” on his “Reign of Christ” website, and that letter has been posted on FaceBook. When I saw it, it reminded me that I had, unfortunately, forgotten to respond to Sam’s last email. Sometimes my email correspondence is all but overwhelming. My apologies to Sam…

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Joel McDurmon on Matthew 5:17-18 #1

Joel McDurmon on Matthew 5:17-18- #1 When Was “All” Fulfilled? Don K. Preston D. Div. In my recent formal debate with Joel McDurmon, July 19-21, in Ardmore, Ok., I argued from the explicit words of Jesus in Matthew 5:17-18 that until every jot and tittle of the law was fulfilled, that none of it would pass. (DVDs and MP3s of…

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Joel McDurmon on Luke 21:22

Joel McDurmon on Luke 21:22 Don K. Preston D. Div. In the McDurmon -V- Preston debate, July 19-21, 2012, Joel McDurmon clearly anticipated that I would appeal to Luke 21:22 where Jesus, describing the impending destruction of Jerusalem, said “These be the days of vengeance, in which all things that are written must be fulfilled.” McDurmon, it seems, thought he…

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Joel McDurmon, Dominionism and the Sabbath

Joel McDurmon, Dominionism and the SabbathDon K. Preston D. Div.  In my formal debate with Joel McDurmon of American Vision (July 19-21, 2012), in my first affirmative presentation, I took note of the critical, but mostly overlooked, importance of the Sabbath to the study of eschatology. I proved that the Sabbath was a distinctively covenantal sign between God and Israel,…

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A Brief (Very Brief) Analysis of the McDurmon -V- Preston Debate

The following critique of the McDurmon -V- Preston Debate was written by William Bell, of Memphis, Tn. I thought our visitors would appreciate his comments.   McDurmon’s Affirmative SpeechJoel McDurmon attempted to establish in his affirmative that there is a yet future terminal last day, with a limited number of elect Christians being saved after which God’s “finite” redemptive program…

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Feedback on the McDurmon -V- Preston Debate

Well, feedback is beginnning to pour in about the just completed formal debate between Joel McDurmon and Don K. Preston, held July 19-21 at the Annual Preterist Pilgrim Weekend, in Ardmore Oklahoma. I will begin sharing some of the feedback as it continues to come in. Let it be noted that Joel was gracious and that the debate was on…

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Hotel Information for Preterist Pilgrim 2012

HOTEL INFORMATION For more information on the Preterist Pilgrim Conference/Debate or to register online, please go here. When calling or emailing to make reservations at any of the locations listed, you have to mention either Preterist Research Institute, “the Prophecy Conference”,  or Prophecy Debate, or even Don K. Preston’s seminar. If none of this works, contact Don K. Preston! Comfort…

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Debate Challenge Issued, and With Modification, Accepted!

Debate Challenge Accepted / Issued! by Don K Preston on September 7, 2009[edit] Just recently, the issue of the present passive indicatives, and present indicatives that Paul uses in 1 Corinthians 15 to speak of the then on-going resurrection has become the topic of intense discussion on several preterist, and anti-preterist websites. Interestingly, a debate challenge has been issued, challenging…

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