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His Winnowing Fork Is In His Hand– John the Immerser and the End of the Age Harvest- #1

 The harvest is one of the central eschatological doctrines. Foretold in the Old Testament (Hosea 6) the harvest was one of Jesus’ major themes. Few would doubt or question the connection between the harvest and the resurrection. That connection is axiomatic. The gospel of Matthew particularly contains several passages on the harvest. We will not examine all of those texts,…

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Paul and the Meaning of "Flesh and Blood" in 1 Corinthians 15

Just this morning (10-23-13) I was ready some different commentaries and their thoughts on the resurrection. Virtually all of them insist that when Paul said “flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom” that he was referring to biological human flesh and blood. Of course, those same commentators then stridently insisted that the believer will one day be raised physically! Well,…

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William Bell on the Resurrection– Great Stuff!

William Bell has been busy lately researching on the resurrection, the Tree of Life, the Death of Adam, and other related issues. He has just posted a fantastic article, and you will be challenged and blessed when you read it! Be sure to pass it on as well! http://www.allthingsfulfilled.com/resurrection-trumpets-with-an-uncertain-sound-ibd-view-dismantled/

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Was Daniel 12:2 Fulfilled in Matthew 27:52? #2

WAS DANIEL 12:2 FULFILLED IN MATTHEW 27:51-52 – #2 Don K. Preston D. Div. And many of those who sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, Some to everlasting life, Some to shame and everlasting contempt.  (Daniel 12:2). “Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth quaked, and…

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Was Daniel 12:2 Fulfilled In Matthew 27:52?

WAS DANIEL 12:2 FULFILLED IN MATTHEW 27:51-52 – #1 Don K. Preston D. Div. And many of those who sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, Some to everlasting life, Some to shame and everlasting contempt.  (Daniel 12:2). “Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth quaked, and…

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You Don't Fix What Was Not Broken!

FIXING WHAT WAS BROKEN Don K. Preston Question: Is Biblical eschatology–that is the doctrine of the coming of Jesus, judgment and resurrection–presented as having the purpose of restoring what was lost in Eden? It has been my privilege to ask this question to several hundred people, including college Bible professors, preachers and serious Bible students. Without fail all of them…

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Guest Article: Jerrod Drawbaugh on Resurrection and 1 Corinthians 15

We are happy to share with our visitors an excellent article by Jerrod Drawbaugh. This insightful, logical exegesis of 1 Corinthians is well presented and will hopefully help our readers to see what the real issues in Corinth truly were. As Jerrod notes, one of the greatest problems in a proper understanding of the resurrection, and 1 Corinthians 15, is a proper understanding…

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The Resurrection of the Flesh

The resurrection of the dead is a question fraught with difficulty for many.  Preterists maintain that the resurrection was and is nonphysical, consisting in the spirit, not the body, of man.  Others, including Postmillennialists, believe that the resurrection is essentially fleshly; that there can be no resurrection apart from physical bodies rising from their graves.  In this article, we want…

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