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The Great Day of God’s Wrath and the End of the Millennium – #3

The Great Day of Day of God’s Wrath and the End of the Millennium #3 Definitive Proof that the Millennium Ended in the First Century As we noted in our first article in this series, the Millennium is a study of great importance for understanding eschatology. All three futurist views of the end times either claim that the Christian age…

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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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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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Imposed Until the Time of Reformation #3 – The Passing of the Law of Moses

  Imposed Until the Time of Reformation – The Passing of the Law of Moses #3 Be sure to read the previous two articles, #1    #2 The writer of Hebrews said that the Law of Moses, including the entire cultic world of sacrifices, festal observances, washings and meats and drinks, was “imposed” (From epikeimai / epikeimena, ἐπικείμενα , Strong’s #1945)…

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Imposed Until the Time of Reformation: The Passing of the Law of Moses – #2

Imposed Until the Time of the Reformation – The Passing of the Law of Moses #2 Be sure to read the first installment of this series here. What we have in Hebrews is a powerful demonstration of the “already-but-not-yet” transition period, the time when the Old Covenant and system was growing old, growing obsolete, and was nigh (engus) unto vanishing…

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Responding to the Critics: A Response to William Vincent’s “Until” Article – #1

Responding to the Critics: A Response to William Vincent’s “Until” Article -Response #1 We often undertake the task of Responding to the Critics. That is what we will do in a short series. Just recently, A Mr. William Vincent, a regular poster on preterist Facebook pages, offered an article supposedly critiquing the partial preterist and full preterist views of eschatology.…

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Imposed Until the Time of Reformation – The Passing of the Law of Moses #1

Imposed Until the Time of the Reformation – The Passing of the Law of Moses – #1   The question of when the Law of Moses passed away continues to rage. The futurist view is that the Law of Moses was “nailed to the cross,” with appeal to Colossians 2:14-16. Unfortunately for the futurist view, Colossians does not actually say…

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Review and Response to Joel Richardson’s Mystery Babylon book – #15

On my Youtube channel I have been reviewing and responding to popular prophecy writer Joel Richardson. In his newest book, Mystery Babylon: Unraveling the Bible’s Greatest Prophetic Mystery, Mr. Richardson claims that Babylon of Revelation is the Islamic Capital of Mecca, in Saudia Arabia.  Over the last several weeks I have been reviewing that book showing that Mr. Richardson’s claims…

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Was the Announcement of the Fall of Jerusalem Truly “The Gospel of the Kingdom”? #9

The Fall of Jerusalem Was the Time of the Fulfillment of All Things– #9- This Was the Gospel of the Kingdom! Answering Objection #2– Only Prophecies of Vengeance on Jerusalem were Fulfilled. Be sure to read the previous article on this as well. In our examination of Jesus’ statement that the announcement of the impending fall of Jerusalem was “the…

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Was the Fall of Jerusalem the Good News of the Kingdom? #7

Was the Fall of Jerusalem the Good News of the Kingdom? #7 In our last installment of this series I shared some thoughts on the “good news of the kingdom” of Matthew 24:14, I shared some thoughts on the significant word family (episunago / episunagogee). These words are used in the Tanakh to speak of the eschatological gathering to the…

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