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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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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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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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How Was the Gospel of the Kingdom “the Gospel of the Kingdom”? #13 –

How Was the Announcement of the Fall of Jerusalem “the Gospel of the Kingdom”? #13 It Was When Man Could Enter the Most Holy Place and Receive Salvation!  It Was The End of the Ministration of Death! As I suggested in the previous article, the end of the Old Covenant age in AD 70 was the time when the types…

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Responding to the Critics: A Response to William Vincent’s “Until” Article – Response #4

Responding to the Critics: A Response to William Vincent’s “Until” Article – #4 As we continue our Responding to the Critics series, be sure to read the previous installment in this series. #1   #2   #3. I have been examining William Vincent’s claim, in which he was joined by Sam Frost, that Psalms 110 is essentially the key to a futurist…

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Responding to the Critics: Responding to William Vincent’s “Until” Article – #3

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 #3 As promised, in this third installment in response to William Vincent’s article on the “until” passages of Acts 3 and Psalms 110, I want to explore another “until” context that is extremely important. Be…

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Responding to the Critics: A Response to William Vincent’s “Until” Article – #2

Responding to the Critics: A Response to William Vincent’s “Until” Article- #2 Sit At My Right Hand Until I Make Your Enemies Your Footstool   Be sure to read my first installment in this series. Just recently, Mr. William Vincent, a regular poster on preterist Facebook pages, offered an article supposedly critiquing the preterist and full preterist views of eschatology.…

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