bible prophecy, eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Olivet Discourse-- Matthew 24, Responding to the Critics

Responding to the Critics: Kenneth Gentry’s “I am not a Preterist!”

  Responding to the Critics: Kenneth Gentry’s I am Not a Preterist!” Dr. Kenneth Gentry recently felt compelled to publish and article entitled “I am Not A Preterist!” The article was both an affirmation that he IS a preterist, but that he is NOT a preterist! Let me explain. For years, Gentry, DeMar, Mathison, etc. have all proclaimed themselves to…

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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Olivet Discourse, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection, The Millennium

The Great Day of God’s Wrath and the End of the Millennium #1

The Great Day of God’s Wrath and the End of the Millennium The Millennium is a study of not only fascination but of importance for understanding eschatology. All three futurist views of the end times either claim that the Christian age is the Millennium (Amillennialism and Postmillennialism) or, the Millennium will be established at the Second Coming of Christ, at…

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Responding to the Critics: Answering Wayne Jackson on the Time Statements

  Responding to the Critics: What is the Meaning of “Shortly Come To Pass” In Revelation 1:1? A Response to Wayne Jackson We often respond to the critics of Covenant Eschatology. A friend recently asked if I had ever written anything in response to Wayne Jackson. In doing a search of our site, I realized that when we had a…

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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Passing of the Law of Moses, Resurrection

The Destruction of Creation and the End of the Millennium – #4

  Destruction of Creation and the End of the Millennium- #4 As I suggested at the close of the previous article, what I want to do now is to take a brief look at another text in Revelation that, while it does not specifically mention the passing of heaven and earth, it is patently parallel to the three texts examined…

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Responding to the Critics: A (Final) Response to William Vincent’s Boast

  Responding to the Critics: A Final Response to William Vincent’s Boast that He Refute Preterism The Resurrection – Psalms 110 -and the Great Day of God’s Wrath The reader needs to be reminded, again, that William Vincent posted his article in June of 2018 and boasted that no preterist had responded, ostensibly proving that his article was effective in…

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Was There a Physical Rapture in AD 70 – A Formal Written Debate

Introductory Remarks: Ed Stevens, President of International Preterist Association, and the lead proponent of the idea that there was a literal, physical rapture in AD 70, and I have agreed to engage in a formal written debate on that issue. Per our agreements, I will lead off in the affirmative, Each man will have four presentations in both affirmative and…

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Responding to the Critics: A Response to William Vincent’s “Until” Article– #5

Responding to the Critics: A Response to William Vincent’s “Until” Article Sit At My Right Hand Until I Make Your Enemies Your Footstool Response #5 This is installment #5 in response to Mr. William Vincent who posted an article on FaceBook almost three months ago. In that article, Mr. Vincent claimed that the “until” eschatological passages pose a serious problem…

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Sam Frost and the Substitutionary Death of Christ

Sam Frost and the Substitutionary Death of Christ A Theological Can of Worms The doctrine of the substitutionary death of Christ is one of the foundations of Christianity, “He bore our sins on the cross.” Even though there continues to be some debate about “Penal Substitution” nonetheless, the dominant view is that Christ died as a substitute for believers. The…

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