Millennialism teaches the Jews rejected Jesus in the middle of his earthly ministry. This rejection made it impossible to fulfill the prophecy and the purposes of God at that time. Therefore God stopped the prophetic clock, and postponed the fulfillment of his promise, until the second coming of Christ. The Church was created instead, as a sort of an interim measure. Continue reading “Doyal Gudgel: Millennialism (1965)”
the millennial options available to those who filter their Bible interpretation through the Covenant of Grace are, Amillennialism; Postmillennialism; and, what is sometimes referred to as Covenant (or Historic) Premillennialism. Continue reading “Paul Henebury: The Eschatology of Covenant Theology (2003)”
Jesus here mentions the abomination of desolation standing in the holy place—which was the inside part of the temple, so we know he is talking about the temple. Continue reading “Phillip Vanwinkle: Straight Outta Context – Matthew 24 (2016)”
Whereas Preterists see the significance in the word ‘immediately’ Hill sees the significance in the word ‘after’. Continue reading “Dr. Hill: The Olivet Discourse, Second Coming, and Destruction of the Temple (1999)”
Since only a small part of the following historical information regarding the destruction of Jerusalem is taken from the Bible, the accuracy of the data is not guaranteed. However, reading further, it will be understood that the signs for which Jesus spoke in Mat. refers to the collapse of Jerusalem in the first century. Continue reading “Victors Barvicks: The Second Coming of Jesus Christ and Jerusalem’s Destruction (2002 Latvian)”
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I agree with Hank on all the essential salvation doctrines of the Christian Faith, including the fundamental teachings about the future physical return of Christ, and the bodily resurrection of all men and the final judgment. So, the intramural debate on the millennium and tribulation is not one of the great essentials of the Faith. Continue reading “Norman Geisler: A Review of Hank Hanegraaff, The Apocalypse Code (2010)”
my understanding of Biblical prophecy is therefore a ‘Partial-preterist/ Historicist/ Idealist/ Postmillennial/ A-millennial’ viewpoint! To narrow it down, it’s primarily a Partial-preterist/Postmillennial view. BUT please don’t let that put you off reading my articles. Continue reading “Gerry Watts: Introduction to Prophetic Studies (2011)”
Israel’s utter ruin seemed to be sure and unavoidable, especially when it became evident that the exalted Christ through the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple, avenged the iniquity of His people, committed on Calvary. Continue reading “John Oerter: The Parousia of the Son of Man (1902)”