eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Responding to the Critics

Sam Frost and the Substitutionary Death of Christ

Sam Frost and the Substitutionary Death of Christ A Theological Can of Worms The doctrine of the substitutionary death of Christ is one of the foundations of Christianity, “He bore our sins on the cross.” Even though there continues to be some debate about “Penal Substitution” nonetheless, the dominant view is that Christ died as a substitute for believers. The…

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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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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 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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Dispelling Postmillennialism:

Responding to the Critics – Keith Mathison, Resurrection and Revelation 20 Be sure to read the previous installment in this series of Responding to the Critics, as we focus on the claims and  views of Keith Mathison. Mathison’s self contradiction continues when we examine his positions on Revelation 10-11 and Revelation 20. Let me demonstrate his problem. The time of…

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