Engaging the Critics

Revelation: Trumpets and Millennial Problems

REVELATION, TRUMPETS AND MILLENNIAL PROBLEMS © 2008 Don K. Preston One would think, by reading the literature, and listening to the "prophecy experts" that Revelation is a veritable bastion for the defense as well as promulgation of the dispensationalism. Every dispensationalist quotes and alludes to the Apocalypse with confidence, affirming that we are today living in the days of fulfillment,…

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Christian, What Say Ye?

What Say Ye, Christians?? Don K. Preston June 7, 2007 "Time makes the Christian doctrine of a second coming of Christ’ lose all credibility. If Jesus promised to come back shortly and the disciples expected so strongly to see Jesus return and establish the kingdom of God and neither event occurred, for what can the church still hope? In essence,…

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On Thomas Ice and Joel 2/Acts 2

In reference to Thomas Ice and his claims about Joel 2 and Acts 2. I have had, so far, two radio debates with Thomas Ice. In the first encounter, the question was posed as to whether we are living in the last days. I responded by noting that Ice’s paradigm absolutely forbids that Israel’s last days could have been existence…

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Kenneth Gentry

I have read and appreciated the writings of Kenneth Gentry for many years. His work, Before Jerusalem Fell, helped me immensely in my understanding of the dating of Revelation. That work provided a wealth of information, both historical and Biblical, to substantiate the truth that Revelation is about the consummation of God’s dealings with Old Covenant Israel. Likewise, I have…

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