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Don K. Preston's Popular New Book Now On ITunes!

We are very excited to announce that Don K. Preston’s newest book, AD 70 A Shadow of the “Real” End? is now available on ITunes! This popular format will allow you to download and read Preston’s popular new book on IPad, IPod or IPhone!

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Some Initial Response to Torah To Telos

Don K. Preston’s new book, Torah To Telos, the Passing of the Law of Moses, has been out for just a couple of weeks now, but the reviews are already coming in, and we are very, very excited about the reviews.   This new book is truly unique. There is not another book like it, to my knowledge. It is…

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Another Review of We Shall Meet Him In The Air

We introduced our “We Shall Meet Him In The Air, The Wedding of the King of kings” book in December of 2009. The reader response has been wonderful, and the book is now in reprint, having already sold out of the first run. “Air” has been favorably reviewed by several readers, and the review below was just received by us…

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A Review of Don K. Preston's New Book

A Review of We Shall Meet Him in the Air: The Wedding of the King of Kings by Don Preston by Samuel Frost I must say that I was not expecting a 450 page book from Don Preston to arrive in the mail. I thought he was writing another one of his shorter books on I Thess 4. This book,…

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New Book: House Divided

It is finally here! In 2005 Keith Mathison edited When Shall These Things Be?: A Reformed Response to Hyper-Preterism. This book was advertised as the definitive, scholarly response to Covenant Eschatology. Plans were made by others to respond, but for various reasons a response was not forthcoming. Now, however, at long last, four Reformed authors respond, in a very powerful…

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New Book: How Is This Possible?

In this revised and enlarged third reprint of his original work, prolific author Don K. Preston sheds light on one of the most perplexing, significant, and yet ignored issues in all of Paul’s writings.  Preston provides solid textual and logical evidence to show that neither those early Christians or Paul believed in a literal, physical visible return of Christ at…

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New Book: Avenging the Apostles and Prophets

The Book of Revelation is one of the most fascinating, yet, abused books in the Bible. Many Bible students seem blissfully unaware that one of the dominant themes of the book, that begins with chapter 1, and goes through chapter 22, is the avenging of the blood of the martyrs. Furthermore, seemingly most commentators, while giving lip service to this…

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