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Matthew 24-25| Did Jesus Predict Two Comings in the Olivet Discourse? #11

In our on-going investigation of whether Jesus predicted two different comings, of different nature, at different times, we want now to take a look at the argument that Jesus contrasted “those days” i.e. the days of the Jewish War, with “that day”– the time of his final coming. Be sure to read the entire series […]Read More »

Matthew 24-25| Did Jesus Predict Two Comings in the Olivet Discourse? #10

The Olivet Discourse and “Those Days versus That Day” One of the KEY arguments for a divided Olivet Discourse is that four times in three different verses, Matthew 24:19,22,29, Jesus refers to “those days.” However, we are told, in verse 36 we have a direct contrast when Jesus says “But of that day and hour […]Read More »

Matthew 24-25| Did Jesus Predict Two Comings in the Olivet Discourse? #9

The Olivet Discourse: One Coming or Two? I once believed that Matthew 24 was a divided discourse. As a young man I heard the preachers that I admired proclaim this as an un-contestable fact. To be honest, it never occurred to me for many years that there were problems with this. My father however, a […]Read More »

The Olivet Discourse| Does Matthew 24-25 Predict Two Comings of Christ? #8

olivet discourseThe Olivet Discourse– The Coming as a Thief and Revelation 3 Be sure to read the previous installment about the coming of the thief, in order to catch the full force of this installment. Also, be sure to get a copy of my book, He Came As A Thief, for a more detailed examination of […]Read More »

Matthew 24-25| Does the Olivet Discourse Predict Two Comings? #7

The Olivet Discourse| Matthew 24-25: United or Divided?  #7 We are examining the assumption of a divided discourse. Men such as Kik and others have postulated a list of so-called contrasts between the A. D. 70 parousia and the final coming which they insist is yet future. These contrasts have been advanced by many different […]Read More »

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