eschatology, Olivet Discourse, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

Mystery Babylon? Exposing Joel Richardson!

Mystery Babylon: Exposing Joel Richardson I recently began a YouTube review and response to Joel Richardson’s book, Mystery Babylon: Unraveling the Bible’s Greatest Mystery. In his book, he claims that Babylon of Revelation is the Islamic Caliphate, and Mecca as the capital. So far, I have produced five YouTube videos examining this claim, demonstrating that Mr. Richardson’s book is guilty…

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

The First Fruit of the Resurrection #1

The First Fruit of the Resurrection #1 The Birth of Death, The Birth of Life, The Death of Death! The small book of James is often overlooked, at least to some degree, in discussions of eschatology. When discussion does focus on the book, it normally turns, rightfully to a degree, to chapter 5:6-10 and James’ assertion that the parousia of…

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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

Can God Tell Time?

Our title is taken from an article in the Christian Courier periodical, editor Wayne Jackson. (“Christian Courier,” Vol. XXV, No. 11, March 1990, P. O. Box 55265, Stockton, Calif. 95205). Jackson was long an outspoken critic of Covenant Eschatology, and is one of the few who have actually attempted to address the language of imminence in regard to the parousia,…

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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Resurrection

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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eschatology, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

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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