These files have been assembled over the last 20 years, and the archive is still ,growing. All are welcomed to take advantage of this folder’s centuries of knowledge related to first century studies and fulfilled prophecy.
Sam, I see that you are “kicking against the goads” as you are trying to disprove Kingism and Prestonism. I think that you are missing a healthy Preterism that sees much of what you currently see as the same truths. Continue reading “Eckhart-Frost: Preterist Perspectives Discussion & Debate (2017)”
Below, you will find the following 16 different views of full preterism, in the following alphabetical order, for your information. The person’s name after the view is the name of the one who submitted it.
In its most basic form, Neo-Hymenaeanism asserts that every NT reference to Christ’s “coming” (Greek–parousia) and to the end of “the age” (aeon) refers to the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 along with other contemporaneous events. Continue reading “Bryan-Nixon: CREC Christ Church, Spokane, Statement on Full Preterism (2002)”
Besides providing an outline for the four sets of sevenfold judgments found in Revelation, some of the other connections between the covenant curses of Leviticus 26 and the book of Revelation are the following: Continue reading “Duncan McKenzie: Revelation, the Fulfillment of the Covenant Curses of Leviticus and Deuteronomy (2002)”
“Discussion on Israel’s Identity” at Indianapolis Baptist Temple. Four arguments regarding who constitutes the “Israel of God”. Continue reading “Dixon-Brush-Need-Wieland, Israel Identity Discussion (1995 Audio)”
It may also be pointed out that many scholars, including those supportive of the late date, have said that there is no historical proof that there was an empire-wide persecution of Christians even in Domition’s reign Continue reading “Steve Gregg Study Archive”
Jesus Christ today is building His church. Harold Camping is doing his best to destroy Christ’s church. This is shameful! I urge you to repent of this sin! Continue reading “Walt Hibbard: Second Open Letter to Harold Camping (2002)”
the careful student of the Scriptures (not to imply that Gentry and all other non-HP exegetes are not “careful”) will discover that the inspired writers did NOT anticipate a physical, bodily resurrection OR “return of the Lord”. Continue reading “Richard MacPherson: A Hyper-Preterist Response to Gentry (2002)”
The book we have under review is entitled, “The End of All Things”, and it’s author is C. Jonathin Seraiah. For a book that espouses the still-yet-future-to-us Second Coming (for Seraiah, that would be a “third coming”), the title of his book is an unfortunate choice for him to make. Continue reading “Kelly Birks: The Potency of a Proper Placing of the Parousia (2002)”
This commentary is not to be understood as an attack against Mr. Stevens himself, but rather it should be seen as an attempt to understand how he arrived at his conclusions according to his own public teaching on the subject, and in doing so, to demonstrate the fallibility of the position as he has enunciated it by our study of the scripture in order to discover what the Bible really says on the subject. Continue reading “Kelly Birks: A Response to ‘Silence Demands a Rapture’ (2002)”
In the pages below I will share some of the reasons I believe the rapture theory deserves our serious consideration. I’m not suggesting this just for fun. I know many will think this theory is about as loony as UFO mania. But I’m after TRUTH like all of us are. Continue reading “Virgil Vaduva: Was There a Rapture in AD70? (2002)”