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

The Transfiguration of Jesus Christ – Guest Article by Daniel Rogers – #2

The Transfiguration of Jesus Christ – Guest Article by Daniel Rogers – #2 This is the second installment of an excellent article by Daniel Rogers on the Transfiguration of Jesus Christ. Be sure to read the first article. Jesus: Glorified or Mortified? The word mortified can mean “embarrassed,” but it can also mean “subdued by self-denial.” I’m using it in…

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The Transfiguration of Jesus – Guest Article by Daniel Rogers, Part 1

The Transfiguration of Jesus: The Power and Coming of Jesus Daniel Rogers – danielcr2011@gmail.com – March 2018 The transfiguration of Jesus is one of the more fascinating events in Scripture because it confirms the deity of Jesus, and, as Peter said, it is a picture of the power and coming of Jesus. For we did not follow cleverly devised tales…

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Responding to the Critics: Sam Frost’s Fatal Admission on Daniel 7 – #2

Responding to the Critics: Sam Frost’s Fatal Admission on Daniel 7 – #2 As I noted in the first installment on Sam Frost’s admissions on Daniel 7, he evidently failed to think through what he was admitting to. When he admitted that Matthew, that Jesus and that John (in Revelation) “explicitly” (Frost’s word) applied Daniel 7 and the prophecy of…

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Responding to the Critics: Sam Frost’s Fatal Admission on Daniel 7 – #1

Responding to the Critics: Sam Frost’s Fatal Admission on Daniel 7 – #1 In a recent, on-going dialogue with former preterist Sam Frost, he took the position that Daniel 9 is not a Messianic prophecy of Jesus, but rather foretold nothing but the bloody actions of Antiochus Epiphanes in the second century BC. As a result of many of Frost’s…

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The Seventy Weeks of Daniel 9: Finishing the Transgressions #2

The Seventy Weeks of Daniel 9: Seventy Weeks Are Determined to Finish the Transgressions I want now to discuss the issue of “finishing the transgression.” As noted in the previous article, Frost admits that the meaning of this term is to fill up the measure of sin. He rightly points out that in Daniel 8:12, 23, the prophet foretold coming…

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The Seventy Weeks of Daniel 9:24 – Finishing the Transgression

The Seventy Weeks of Daniel 9:24 and Isaiah 59 Seventy Weeks Are Determined… to Finish the Transgressions   I have demonstrated in two other articles on the Seventy Weeks of Daniel 9 examining the motif of the taking away of Israel’s sin, that Isaiah 40 and Isaiah 26-27 are directly parallel to Daniel 9:24-27. Those texts in Isaiah are undoubtedly…

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Daniel’s Seventy Week Prophecy of Daniel 9: Bringing In Everlasting Righteousness – Impossible Under Antiochus Epiphanes!

The Seventy Week Prophecy of Daniel 9:24: Bringing in Everlasting Righteousness – Impossible Under Antiochus Epiphanes! We are examining the claim that the Seventy Week Prophecy of Daniel 9 is not a Messianic prediction, but rather foretold the career of Antiochus Epiphanes. Be sure to go back and read the previous installments #1   #2  #3 Before I get into the…

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Daniel’s Seventy Week Prophecy – Three Messiahs, Three Princes? #3

Daniel’s Seventy Week Prophecy: Three Messiahs, Three Princes? Be sure to read the first two installments of this series in which we are examining the question of whether Daniel’s Seventy Week Prophecy foretold the coming of Antiochus Epiphanes, or, if Daniel foretold the coming of the True Messiah – Jesus.  #1   #2.  It is important to realize that the view…

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