Responding to the Critics

An Objection Considered: Since the OT Said the Day of the Lord Was Near, This Negates the Imminence in the NT!

What About The Nearness of the Day of the Lord In the OT? Don K. Preston Several OT prophets claimed that the “Day of the Lord” was “near, at hand, etc.,” in their day (e.g., Ezekiel 30:3; Joel 1:15, 3:14; Obadiah 14), and yet the Second Coming was further away from them than for the NT apostles. Why, then, must…

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Are Preterists The Scoffers Predicted by Peter in 2 Peter 3??!!?

Peter said that in the last days scoffers would come saying “Where is the promise of his coming?”The opponents of Covenant Eschatology claim that the preterist movement is actually the fulfillment of Peter’s prediction. But nothing could be further from the truth, and in this new YouTube video, I demonstrate the utter fallacy (and desperation) of this charge. This is…

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The Changing Face of Kurt Simmons' Eschatology

Kurt Simmons’ Eschatology:Unjustified Changes #4 The Issue of SonShip and Adoption In the April, 2011 Sword and Plow email journal sent out by my friend Kurt Simmons, he says he has abandoned his views of the “redemption of the purchased possession” discussed in Ephesians 1:12-13. The reason I am addressing this unfortunate alteration in theology by my friend is because…

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Kurt Simmons And the Abandonment of Biblical Eschatology

Kurt Simmons’ Eschatology:Unjustified Changes– Part 2God Left Old Covenant Israel and Torah Behind At the Cross In the April, 2011 Sword and Plow email journal sent out by my friend Kurt Simmons, he says he has abandoned his views of the “redemption of the purchased possession” discussed in Ephesians 1:12-13. The reason I am addressing this unfortunate alteration in theology…

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A Look at– And Refutation of– Kurt Simmons Rejection of Covenant Eschatology

Kurt Simmons’ Eschatology:Unjustified Changes In the April, 2011 Sword and Plow email journal sent out by my friend Kurt Simmons, he says he has abandoned his views of the “redemption of the purchased possession” discussed in Ephesians 1:12-13. The reason I am addressing this unfortunate alteration in theology by my friend is because his change is not only unjustified and…

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