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The Judgment of the Nations in AD 70

The Judgment of the Nations Was in AD 70! The Judgment of the Nations in AD 70 One of the most common objections to Covenant Eschatology is that the fall of Jerusalem was far too local of an event to qualify for the end of the age. In several public debates my opponents have offered this argument, claiming for instance,…

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The Fullness of the Gentiles – Numeric or Relational – A Response to Israel Only #3

The fullness of the Gentiles is inseparably tied to Paul’s ministry The Fullness of the Gentiles– Numeric or Relational – A Response to Israel Only #3 I want to take note that there still has not been a single serious attempt to prove, lexically, contextually, or by sound hermeneutic to refute my first two installments. There have been tons of…

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The Fullness of the Gentiles – Numeric or Relational? #2 – A Response to Israel Only

This book contains a great — and important– discussion of the fullness of the Gentiles The Fullness of the Gentiles– Numeric or Relational – A Response to “Israel Only” #2 Since posting the first installment in this series, the response to it on FaceBook has been more than revealing. Those who espouse the IO doctrine have done of a few…

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A NEW KID-KIND OF KINDERGARTEN

I just watched a TED talk about a new sort of Kindergarten that gives kids a less structured environment with a limited amount of danger along with lots of opportunity for play and exploration. As I watched, I thought of how many American kids grow up with TV babysitters (or other electronics on phones and pads), who are given trophies…

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Responding to the Critics: Kenneth Gentry’s “I am not a Preterist!”

Responding to the Critics – Kenneth Gentry   Responding to the Critics: Kenneth Gentry’s I am Not a Preterist!” Dr. Kenneth Gentry recently felt compelled to publish an article entitled “I am Not A Preterist!” The article was both an affirmation that he IS a preterist, but that he is NOT a preterist! Let me explain. For years, Gentry, DeMar,…

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When Less Is More: A Book Review

WHEN LESS IS MORE: A Paradox of Christian Leadership – by K. Paul Dawson. This is a highly readable, intensely personal, but widely needed book on stress in Christian ministry. Dawson does not just talk about stress; he has lived it for much of his 35 years in active ministry, which includes 20 years as a missionary high up the Amazon…

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The Coming Kingdom of the Son of Man (Updated) [Eschatology]

The importance of context of what’s being said, and to whom, in Scripture. I came across this image the other day (in the header above; see larger here) that links together three parts of Matthew’s Gospel to highlight the connection which many often miss, or read as separate events. I like the image because it shows that when Jesus spoke these things,…

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Introduction to Biblical Prophecy

Beware. This site may be challenging to some Christians who have blindly accepted what you have been taught about Bible prophecy without checking it against God’s Word. Remember: We are instructed to search the Scriptures to find out whether the things we have been taught are so (Acts 17:11; 1 Thessalonians 5:21). But, if you are ready to search the Scriptures…

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AN IMAGINED JESUS

From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and the violent take it by force. (Matthew 11:12) This is something of an enigmatic statement, coming as it does on the heels of: John, from Herod’s prison, sending his disciples to Jesus to ask if he were the one to come or if they should…

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The Eighth Day (Updated) [Eschatology]

What is the “eighth day” you may ask; surely we know there are only seven days in a week!   But in ancient times, Sunday – which was also known as the first day of the week, was also referred to as the eighth day by Christians.   This day was considered a holy day from the earliest of times…

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