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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 »

Matthew 24-25| Does the Olivet Discourse Discuss Two Comings of the Lord? #6

olivet discourseAn Examination of the So-Called Contrasts in the Olivet Discourse Be sure to read the previous installments in this series on the Olivet Discourse:  #1   #2   #3   #4   #5 Desperate men make desperate arguments. This is not more evident than in the next proposed contrast between the so-called first section of the Olivet Discourse and […]Read More »

Matthew 24-25| Does The Olivet Discourse Predict Two Events? #5

olivet discourseThe Olivet Discourse: Two Comings or One? This is installment #5 in our examination of the so-called contrasts between the first section of Matthew 24 (v. 4-34) and the so-called second section (v. 35-chapter 25. The second section supposedly foretells the end of time and a literal, visible, bodily coming of Jesus I have compiled […]Read More »

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 »

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