eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

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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Responding to the Critics: A Response to William Vincent’s “Until” Article – #1

Responding to the Critics: A Response to William Vincent’s “Until” Article -Response #1 We often undertake the task of Responding to the Critics. That is what we will do in a short series. Just recently, A Mr. William Vincent, a regular poster on preterist Facebook pages, offered an article supposedly critiquing the partial preterist and full preterist views of eschatology.…

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Review and Response to Joel Richardson’s Mystery Babylon book – #15

On my Youtube channel I have been reviewing and responding to popular prophecy writer Joel Richardson. In his newest book, Mystery Babylon: Unraveling the Bible’s Greatest Prophetic Mystery, Mr. Richardson claims that Babylon of Revelation is the Islamic Capital of Mecca, in Saudia Arabia.  Over the last several weeks I have been reviewing that book showing that Mr. Richardson’s claims…

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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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Was the Announcement of the Fall of Jerusalem the Gospel of the Kingdom? #11

Was the Announcement of the Fall of Jerusalem the Gospel of the Kingdom? Answering Objection #4 – All things Were fulfilled at the Cross When Jesus Said “It is finished”– John 19:30 — #11 I have and do affirm that the time of the fall of Jerusalem was the time when “all things written” were fulfilled. God’s eschatological and soteriological…

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Was the Announcement of the Fall of Jerusalem Truly, “The Gospel of the Kingdom”? #10

  Was the Announcement of the Fall of Jerusalem Truly “The Gospel of the Kingdom? #11 Answering Objection #4 – All things Were fulfilled at the Cross When Jesus Said “It is finished”– John 19:30 I have and do affirm that the time of the fall of Jerusalem was the time when “all things written” were fulfilled. God’s eschatological and…

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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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