eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

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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The Transfiguration of Jesus Christ – Guest Article by Daniel Rogers – #2

The Transfiguration of Jesus Christ – Guest Article by Daniel Rogers – #2 This is the second installment of an excellent article by Daniel Rogers on the Transfiguration of Jesus Christ. Be sure to read the first article. Jesus: Glorified or Mortified? The word mortified can mean “embarrassed,” but it can also mean “subdued by self-denial.” I’m using it in…

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Responding to the Critics: Sam Frost’s Fatal Admission on Daniel 7 – #2

Responding to the Critics: Sam Frost’s Fatal Admission on Daniel 7 – #2 As I noted in the first installment on Sam Frost’s admissions on Daniel 7, he evidently failed to think through what he was admitting to. When he admitted that Matthew, that Jesus and that John (in Revelation) “explicitly” (Frost’s word) applied Daniel 7 and the prophecy of…

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Responding to the Critics: Sam Frost’s Fatal Admission on Daniel 7 – #1

Responding to the Critics: Sam Frost’s Fatal Admission on Daniel 7 – #1 In a recent, on-going dialogue with former preterist Sam Frost, he took the position that Daniel 9 is not a Messianic prophecy of Jesus, but rather foretold nothing but the bloody actions of Antiochus Epiphanes in the second century BC. As a result of many of Frost’s…

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Daniel’s Seventy Week Prophecy: Antiochus or Jesus #2

Daniel’s Seventy Week Prophecy: Antiochus or Jesus A look at Isaiah 26-27 and Daniel 9 – Parallel Messianic Texts In our first installment, examining the claim that Daniel 9 is not Messianic, we noted how Isaiah 40 and its promise of the taking away of Israel’s sin is directly parallel with Daniel 9. We demonstrated that Isaiah 40 is undeniably…

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Daniel’s Seventy Week Prophecy: Antiochus Epiphanes or Jesus?

  Daniel’s Seventy Week Prophecy: Antiochus Epiphanes Or Jesus An Examination of Isaiah 40 and Daniel 9 On FaceBook, the claim is being made by some former preterists that Daniel 9 is not Messianic. It did not foretell the death of Jesus to put away sin (Hebrews 9:26). It has nothing to do with Jesus! To say that this is…

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Responding to the Critics – Exposing the Error of Howard Denham #5

Responding to the Critics: Exposing the Error of Howard Denham #5 As promised in the previous installment of this series on Responding to the Critics, I want to examine the prophecy of Hosea to demonstrate the egregious error of Howard Denham, hateful and caustic critic of Covenant Eschatology. Consider the following. Hosea said that Israel would be saved- remarried –…

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Responding to the Critics – Exposing the Error of Howard Denham #2

Responding to the Critics – Exposing the Error of Howard Denham #2 This is the second installment in our Responding to the Critics series. We are addressing some (mostly false) claims of Howard Denham, one of the most caustic “preachers” that one can imagine. He imagines himself to be the final word on any theological question and is an out-spoken…

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