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.
f we can accept an early Aramaic manuscript of the Revelation written definitely before AD 70 as original, as the Peshito (later revision of Peshitta) versions claim, we would see that LATER a Greek version needed for the growing membership of gentile churches who did not speak Aramaic. Continue reading “Gabor Gombor: Aramaic and Preterism; Dating the Book of Revelation (2002)”
Too many futuristic views have placed the church as some intermediate substitute until Christ can finish the work He started. He said He was going to come back in their generation and set up His kingdom, but He got delayed. Continue reading “A Student’s Research Paper on 2 Peter 3 (2002)”
This is declaring the spiritual dominion of the church. God’s church is the vehicle that is used to bring glory to the Father. The nations are changed because of it. It also declares the forever and lasting establishment of the church. It is open to all who turn to Christ.
What prophet in which desert would ever have dreamed that the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse would turn out to be Trent Lott, Tom DeLay, Dennis Hastert and Don Nickles? Continue reading “Maureen Dowd: Rapture and Rupture (2002 NYT)”
Fascinated by such an uncommercial, finger-in-the-eye booth at a manifestly slick convention, and wondering just how one can have half a thesis, I sat down on one of the chairs in the booth. Ed Stevens, president of the International Preterist Association, noticed me after a few minutes and asked what I was looking for. Continue reading “Christianity Today: The Great Inflatable Shark Hunt (2002)”
Those “seven hills” are easy to identify. If one starts with the Mount of Olives just to the east of the main City of Jerusalem (but still reckoned to be located within the environs of Jerusalem), there are three summits to that Mount of Olives. Continue reading “Ernest Martin: The Seven Hills of Jerusalem (2002)”
The basic text upon which dispensationalism is based is the Authorized translation of 2 Timothy 2:15, where the Apostle Paul calls upon Timothy to “… rightly divide the word of truth.” Scofield took this verse as the title for his first book which is a defense of this way of “dividing” Scripture into discrete dispensations. Continue reading “Sizer: Theology of the Land: A Beginner’s Guide to Dispensational Approaches (2000)”
Every Jew knew that the “Heaven and the Earth” was the temple. That’s what Jesus meant when He said that “Heaven and Earth” would pass but that His word would not pass. That is the prophecy of Isaiah 65. Continue reading “John Anderson: Global Elite Promoting ‘End Times’ Myth (2001 Transcript)”
In America, the churches sing, “Let the congregation escape tribulation”, but in China and Africa the tribulation has already arrived. Continue reading “Corrie Ten Boom Dispels Western Rapture Myth (1974)”
It has been said by some very Godly old time bible scholars that all of God’s promises are conditional. The land promises did not specifically say that Israel would occupy even though they disobeyed — only that it would be given to them. Continue reading “Vern Mason: Israel Received All of the Land (2002)”