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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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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Responding to the Critics

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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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Olivet Discourse, Responding to the Critics

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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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Olivet Discourse, Responding to the Critics

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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Fulfilled Prophecy, Olivet Discourse, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

Armageddon–

Armageddon! Past, Present or Future? The 1980s: Countdown to Armageddon! Armageddon is near! Donald Trump is the anti-christ, therefore, Armageddon must be near! We hear this over and over and over again! 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…

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Dispelling Postmillennialism – Response to Keith Mathison #3

Responding to the Critics: Response to Keith Mathison #3 Well, I actually began this response all the way back in 2016, but, got side tracked somehow. As I was going through some files just this morning (4-21-18) I discovered my oversight and failure to finish posting my response to Keith Mathison. So, with apologies for the delay, here is installment…

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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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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

Daniel’s Seventy Week Prophecy: Antiochus Epiphanes or Jesus?

  Daniel’s Seventy Week Prophecy: Antiochus Epiphanes Or Jesus An Examination of Isaiah 40 and Daniel 9 On FaceBook, the claim is being made by some former preterists that Daniel 9 is not Messianic. It did not foretell the death of Jesus to put away sin (Hebrews 9:26). It has nothing to do with Jesus! To say that this is…

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