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

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

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, Passing of the Law of Moses

Stephen, the Coming of the Lord and the Passing of the Law – Guest Article by Daniel Rogers

I will continue my study of the Gospel of the Kingdom and the passing of Jerusalem shortly. In the meantime, I want to share a great article by Daniel Rogers, who will be one of our speakers at the upcoming Preterist Pilgrim Weekend, July 12-14, 2018. Stephen, the Coming of the Lord, and the Passing Away of the Law Stephen:…

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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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