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Jerusalem became a brothel and a torture chamber. And also a shrine.
In rightly interpreting this saying of Jesus, we are informed that all is not yet accomplished in the redemptive Purpose of God. Jesus has given us two witnesses to this: the Scriptures and the heavens and the earth have not disappeared.
My view is that hymenaean heretics don’t deserve a seat at the eschatological debating table. My view is that giving these doctrinal deviants a place of respectability will allow “enemy forces to gather to deceive the unwary who cannot defend themselves.”
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Debate Question: “Will the Gospel change the world?”
the Olivet Discourse initially recaps Jesus’ prediction about Jerusalem’s temple, which was fulfilled in the first century, and then projects to the eschatological future
Here’s how 1,000 Protestant clergy disagree on the rapture, the Antichrist, and other points of eschatology.
Here are some questions to the ones who believe that the devil still exists after 70 AD. Continue reading “Richard McPherson: Does “SATAN” Exist Today? (2001)”
Instead of using the Transition Text Theory as a means of distinguishing between Historical Preterism and Modern Preterism, our method will now distinguish the views by the presence or absence of a Double-Fulfillment Theory.
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Gentry claims to provide “a brief introduction, summary, and critique of the system.” This is something that he truly does not do. Nowhere in the book does he lay out in detail the support for the Full Preterist viewpoint Continue reading “Frank Daniels: Days of Future Passed: You Missed It (2016)”
One can only marvel at the hermeneutical duplicity at work here and the way it ravages genre analysis. By means of such a hermeneutic any text could be made to say anything Continue reading “Randall Otto: Jesus the Preterist: a review of R.C. Sproul’s The Last Days According to Jesus (1999)”