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Guest Article: 1,000 Years is A Long Time!

The millennium is one of the most hotly contested theological doctrines. All three futurist views insist that the term “chilia” meaning 1,000 must of necessity mean at the very least, 1,000 years. Both the amillennial and postmillennial camps claim that the millennium is referent to the Christian age- spanning so far, 2000 years. My friend Frank Speer offers some excellent…

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Guest Article: The Crown of Life

My friend Jim Nicolosi recently sent this article to me for my consideration. I find it more than a little intriguing and challenging, and want to share it with our visitors. It has some great thought in it! Don K. Preston   Crown of Life Jim Nicolosi Email: knoxtn_pret@charter.net The Gospels writers, except for Luke, record the event of Jesus…

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Babylon on Seven Hills — Food For Thought

It is commonly assumed that Babylon in Revelation must be Rome. This is a false view, however, as I demonstrate in my book Who Is This Babylon. One of the key “arguments for the Rome = Babylon view is that Revelation says the Harlot city sat on seven hills. Now, of course, no one doubts that Rome sat on seven…

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Peter and Revelation: A Comparative Study

  The dating of Revelation continues to be of great interest and importance to Bible students. Clearly, if Revelation was written after AD 70 then the preterist paradigm is suspect, to say the least. I am glad to share with our visitors a guest article by my friend Doug Wilkinson. This article develops some of the correlations between Peter’s epistles…

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The Dating of Revelation: Guest Article

{flike} I am glad to publish here an article by my friend Jim Gunter. The dating of Revelation is critical to a proper understanding of the book. The late date is so often assumed, wtih no real proof offered. Jim’s article will shed a lot of good light on the issue. Don K. Preston When Was The Book of Revelation…

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A Forty Year Millennium? Is That Possible?

THE FORTY YEAR MILLENNIUM Don K. Preston D. Div.   The millennium is one of the most criitical topics in all of eschatology. It is the core of dispensationalism, but problematic for the amillennialists. Our purpose is to demonstrate two things: 1.) That the millennium of Revelation 20 began with the ministry / passion / resurrection of Christ, 2.) That…

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Armageddon! #1

ARMAGADDON! Three fifths of the world’s population killed. Two thirds of the Jews annihilated. The earth ravaged with horrible conflagrations, pestilence, and famine. The worst conflict the world has ever seen. It will make WWI and WWII look like a “picnic.” It is the holocaust of Armageddon: and it is not far off…or so we are told. But is it?…

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The Date of THE APOCALYPSE

Excerpts From The Early Days of Christianity The Date of THE APOCALYPSE Frederic W. Farrar(c.1831-1903) ; D.D., F.R.S. Head master of Marlborough College, Canon of Westminster, Archdeacon of Westminster, Chaplain to the House of Commons, Dean of Canterbury. 1882 – London VOLUME II, CHAPTER XXVII   MILTON has spoken of the Apocalypse as "the majestic image of a high and…

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