Matthew 24-25| Does the Olivet Discourse Predict Two Events, Or One? #4

The Olivet Discourse and “The Days Shall Be Shortened” It is claimed by those who see two comings of Christ in the Olivet Discourse, that there are a series of powerful contrasts between the so-called first section of Matthew 24-25– Matthew 24:4-35 constituting Jesus’ discussion of the coming judgment of Jerusalem in AD 70– and […]Read More »

Matthew 24-25| Does the Olivet Discourse Discuss Two Events- Or One? #3

The Olivet Discourse and the Issue of the Sabbath We are examining a list of supposed contrasts between the so-called First and Second Sections of Matthew 24. The contrasts have been suggested by numerous commentators through the years for the purpose of proving that Matthew 24 discusses two subjects: the fall of Jerusalem (v. 4-35), […]Read More »

Matthew 24-25| Does the Olivet Discourse Discuss Two Subjects or One? #2

Does the Olivet Discourse Contrast a “Local Judgment” Versus a Universal Judgment? One of the “favorite” objections to a united Olivet Discourse is the claim that the fall of Jerusalem was to be a strictly “localized” event, whereas the second coming of Christ, supposedly foretold in Matthew 24:36f is a universal event. In formal public […]Read More »

Responding to the Critics| William Bell Responds to Howard Denham

criticsWilliam Bell Responds to the Critics Howard Denham is a caustic, acerbic critic of Covenant Eschatology, who seems incapable of engaging in honorable, respectful dialogue.  Name calling and questioning of the integrity of his opponents is standard fare with him, unfortunately. Denham prides himself on his prowess (claimed) in the use of logic. However, when […]Read More »

Matthew 24-25| Is The Olivet Discourse About Two Subjects? #1

MATTHEW 24-25: THE OLIVET DISCOURSE, DIVIDED OR UNITED? #1 Matthew 24 is truly a “crux interpretum,” a critical text, for the study of eschatology. To the Premillennialist it constitutes a program for the ages. To the Amillennialist and Postmillennialist it is a divided discourse speaking of the fall of Jerusalem and then the so-called “end […]Read More »

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