eschatology, Olivet Discourse, Passing of the Law of Moses

The End of the Millennium – The Destruction of Creation #1

The Destruction of Creation, Resurrection and the End of the Millennium I goes without saying that there is virtual unanimous agreement across all eschatological boundaries, that the destruction of “heaven and earth” and the resurrection occur at the end of the Millennium. I am unaware of any who deny this. The question, the identity, of the Millennium, when it began…

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

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: 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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How Was the Announcement of the Fall of Jerusalem the Gospel of the Kingdom? #12

How Was the Announcement of the Fall of Jerusalem the Gospel of the Kingdom? #12 The Fall of Jerusalem was The End of the Age of Shadows and Types – The Reality Came! When asking and seeking answers to the question of how the message of the fall of Jerusalem could have been – or could be today – called…

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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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The Coming of the Lord In Like Manner – #3- Guest Article by Dan Dery

  THE COMING OF THE LORD “IN LIKE MANNER” A Study of Acts 1:9-11 Part 3 In the previous article (part 2) we demonstrated that the focus and emphasis of the ascension of Jesus in Acts 1:9-11 was not on his physical body, but rather, it was the glory-cloud in which he was received into heaven, symbolizing his arrival into…

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Was the Message of the Fall of Jerusalem “the Gospel of the Kingdom”? – #8

#8– Was the Message of The Fall of Jerusalem “the Gospel of the Kingdom”? Was AD 70 the Time of the Fulfillment of All Things? In this installment in this series investigating the question: How could the fall of Jerusalem be called the “gospel of the Kingdom?” I want to look at the idea that the end of the Old…

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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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