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A Fatally Flawed Hermeneutic- #2

In our first article on this issue, I shared how Amillennialists, Postmillennialists and Dispensationalists all resort to what is commonly called an argument from silence. To illustrate, the Dispensationalists claims that because the word “church” is not found in Revelation 4-22 that the subject cannot be there. In response, Dominionists such as Kenneth Gentry, Gary DeMar and others (seemingly) reject…

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A Fatally Flawed Hermeneutic

Hermeneutic is, to make an understatement, the key to proper understanding the Bible, or any piece of literature. If one utilizes a flawed hermeneutic, interpretive system, paradigm, or principle, then his interpretation of Scripture is inherently flawed. To illustrate with a true story, some years ago I encountered a man that claimed that the Spirit had revealed to him that…

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More on the Garden of Eden as Temple– and Eschatology- Don K. Preston

Dispensationalists focus on a supposed rebuilt, literal temple in Jerusalem. Likewise, the Dominionists (at least according to some of them) contend that the current spiritual realities of Christ foreshadow coming literal, physical realities (thus demanding a literal, rebuilt temple just as the Dispensationalists say) the Bible the Bible knows nothing of either one of these ideas. The Preterist Pilgrim Weekend…

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The Garden Temple of Eden And Resurrection-Willliam Bell

The Garden Temple of Eden The Garden Temple of Eden  was the first sanctuary on earth. In the Temple and the Church’s Mission, G.K. Beale cites Ezekiel 28 (quoted below) to support the Garden Temple of Eden as the first sanctuary. “You were in Eden, the garden of God; Every precious stone was your covering; The sardius, topaz, and diamond,…

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What Did The Temple Mean to the Ancients?

In the upcoming Preterist Pilgrim Weekend, July 18-20, we will be investigating the meaning the Temple in the Bible, and what it means when the Old Testament so often emphasized that in the eternal kingdom, God’s “Temple” would be with man. Oscar Miles, of the Ardmore Family of God, will be addressing the meaning of Temple in the mind of…

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