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When Did the Millennium Begin?| Preston's Fourth Negative

When Did The Millennium Begin? Don K. Preston’s Fourth negative This is, unless my schedule changes, my next to last installment. Normal debate protocol suggests that Jonathan’s next affirmative will be his last, and my negative following that will be the last in the exchange. (I did not sign on for an “endless” debate. Since […]Read More »

Written Debate| When Did the Millennium Begin? Campanik's Fourth Affirmative

Debate on the Millennium – Jonathan Campanik’s Fourth Affirmative Presentation Everything Mr. Preston set out to do to prove his eschatology went horribly wrong for him in his latest installment. He continues to charge that I have left the substance of his rebuttals unaddressed while proceeding to rebut a position I do not hold. The […]Read More »

Written Debate| When Did the Millennium Begin?- Preston's Third Negative

debateDon K. Preston V- Jonathan Campanik- Debate on the Millennium Don K. Preston’s Third Negative (ALL CAPS FOR EMPHASIS ONLY) Desperate men make desperate arguments, and that is perfectly illustrated by Jonathan Campanik’s “response” to my second negative. The irony- and desperation- of Jonathan’s view is no where better illustrated than in the smoke-screen claim […]Read More »

Written Debate| When Did the Millennium Begin? Campanik's Third Affirmative

Written Debate on the Millennium: Jonathan Companik’s Third Affirmative I want the reader to pay very close attention to what Don Preston has done. Notice Mr. Preston totally bypassed my exegesis of Ezekiel 39, my exegesis of Rev. 19:11-20:4, and the significance of Paul’s olive tree analogy for Romans 11. And yet all the while […]Read More »

Written Debate| When Did the Millennium Begin? Preston's Second Negative

debateWritten Debate| When Did the Millennium Begin? Don K. Preston’s Second Negative With all due respect to Jonathan– and meaning no offense at all– you will seldom find a more self contradictory– and un-Biblical – discourse than Jonathan’s second affirmative. I want the reader to first of all take note that I offered several logical […]Read More »

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