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Short Shot: Wedding-Parousia-Kingdom

A Short Shot– Connecting Some Important Dots; Wedding-Parousia-Kingdom In my YouTube study of the Olivet Discourse I have shared a plethora of arguments that demonstrate the unity of the Olivet Discourse. In this very short article I want to share with our visitors how easy it is to prove that the Olivet Discourse is not divided into two distinct and…

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Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing and Desperate! My Third Response to His Fourth Article

Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing and Desperate– My Third Response to his Fourth Article As with Gentry’s first three articles I am copying and pasting the entirety of his article so that the reader and see all that he says. I have deleted ads for his books and irrelevant verbiage that is not germaine to his article. This is my third…

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Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing and Desperate! My Second Response to His Fourth Article

Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused in Matthew 24:3 Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing and Desperate– My Second Response to his Fourth Article As with Gentry’s first three articles I am copying and pasting the entirety of his article so that the reader can see all that he says. I have deleted ads for his books and irrelevant verbiage that is not germane…

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Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing – Desperate! My First Response to His Fourth Article

Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused in Matthew 24:3 Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing and Desperate– My First Response to his Fourth Article As with Gentry’s first three articles I am copying and pasting the entirety of his article so that the reader and see all that he says. I have deleted ads for his books and irrelevant verbiage that is not germane…

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Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing and Desperate. My Second Response to His Third Article

  Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused in Matthew 24:3 Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing- And Desperate. My Second Response to Gentry’s Third Article As previously, with the exception of some ads placed in his articles which I deleted for space considerations, I will be giving the entirety of Gentry’s article, his third, in his attack on my book: Watching for the Parousia:…

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Kenneth Gentry: Confused and Confusing- My First Response to His Third Article

Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused in Matthew 24:3 My First Response to Kenneth Gentry’s Third Article As previously, with the exception of some ads placed in his articles which I deleted for space considerations, I will be giving the entirety of Gentry’s article, his third, in his attack on my book: Watching for the Parousia: Were Jesus Apostles Confused? Be sure…

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Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing and Desperate- #4

Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused in Matthew 24:3 This is installment #4 of my response to Kenneth Gentry’s recent attack of my book, Watching for the Parousia: Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused? Gentry has written a four part response, with the first two devoted almost exclusively to a a caustic, vitriolic, adjective saturated attack on me personally, and what Gentry calls my…

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Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing – and Desperate- Gentry’s Second Article -My Response

Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused in Matthew 24:3 Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing and Desperate– Gentry’s Second Article – My Response. This is my response to Kenneth Gentry’s second article which is supposedly a review and response to my new book, Watching for the Parousia: Were Jesus’ apostles Confused? As in my four part response to his first article, I am giving…

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Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing- And Desperate- #4

This is installment #4 of my response to Kenneth Gentry’s recent attack of my book, Watching for the Parousia: Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused? Gentry has written a four part response, with the first two devoted almost exclusively to a a caustic, acerbic adjective saturated attack on me personally, and what Gentry calls my “attitudinal problem.” Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused in…

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Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing and Desperate- #2

Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused in Matthew 24:3? Kenneth Gentry, Confused, Confusing and Desperate! #2 This is the second installment of my response to four articles by Kenneth Gentry, posted on his blog, in which he attacks my new book, Watching for the Parousia: Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused? Be sure to read tthat first article. Gentry continues: Like Joseph Smith, founder…

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Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing, Desperate- #1

Kenneth Gentry: Confused, Confusing and Desperate – #1 The following is the entirety of an article posted by Kenneth Gentry, in response to my new book: Watching for the Parousia: Were Jesus’ Apostles Confused? I am copying and pasting the entirety of his article, with the exception of ads, some unnecessary end notes, and a few superfluous comments. With those…

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Elijah Has Come- An Incredible Fact!

Elijah Has Come- An Incredible Fact! In Malachi 4:5-6, Jehovah said that He would send Elijah before the coming of the Great and Terrible Day of the Lord. When Elijah came, he was to “restore all things,” more specifically, he was to, “turn the hearts of the fathers to the children.” His task was that of moral restoration. Elijah was…

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A Kingdom Within A Kingdom- Guest Article

I am always glad to share with our visitors the writings of my friend Rod MacArthur. He is an excellent Bible student with a gift for communicating the truths of God’s word. Here is a short– but very important and powerful article from Rod. Enjoy!! A Kingdom within a Kingdom Believing that the Kingdom of Heaven emerged as an independent…

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My Analysis of Gary DeMar’s Response to Vern Poythress – #2

My Analysis of Gary DeMar’s Response to Vern Poythress – #2 Be sure to read part 1 of this three part series. My friend Gary DeMar addressed an article by Norm Poythress, in which Poythress attacked the idea that 2 Thessalonians 1 was fulfilled in AD 70. With acumen, insight, sound logic and good hermeneutic, DeMar literally dismantled Poythress’ futuristic…

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An Important Question- A Great Answer!

An Important Question – A Great Answer!   On Facebook 10-29-2020, just the other day, I posted the following question. A wonderful lady from Australia,a college professor, responded. Here is my question followed by her excellent answer:   ‘When Jesus said- Luke 21:22– describing the impending judgment on Jerusalem: “These be the days of vengeance when all things written must…

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Gary DeMar on 2 Thessalonians 1

I am happy to share an article by my friend Gary DeMar, president of American Vision in Powder Springs, Ga. Gary does a fine job of showing that 2 Thessalonians 1 is not about some imaginary “end of time” future coming of the Lord. Unfortunately, Gary continues– inconsistently – to claim that the NT teaches that there is indeed a…

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Guest Article by Terry Cropper-Apocalyptic Language

From time to time we are honored to share articles by Terry Cropper. He is a very good student of the Word. This article deals with the importance of understanding the nature of “apocalyptic language.” This is a highly important subject, so be sure to read carefully! Don K ********************************************************************* Immediately after the distress of those days the sun will…

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