eschatology, Passing of the Law of Moses, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

The Destruction of Creation and the End of the Millennium – #5

Destruction of Creation and the End of the Millennium- #5; Matthew 24, The Coming of the Son of Man and the Millennium Let me give here the last paragraph from our last installment in this series: Creation is destroyed at the end of the Millennium. That means that Matthew 24:29f, Revelation 6, (Revelation 11), Revelation 16 describe the Lord’s coming…

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The Destruction of Creation and the End of the Millennium – #4

  Destruction of Creation and the End of the Millennium- #4 As I suggested at the close of the previous article, what I want to do now is to take a brief look at another text in Revelation that, while it does not specifically mention the passing of heaven and earth, it is patently parallel to the three texts examined…

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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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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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The Destruction of Creation and the End of the Millennium – #2

I concluded the first installment in this series on the passing of heaven and earth and the end of the Millennium by taking note of the following: “It is at that Great Judgment that heaven and earth passes. It is at that judgment that the martyrs are vindicated. To put this another way, heaven and earth pass away at the…

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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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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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