eschatology

Then Comes The End – But, What End? #5

In this series, we have been examining the doctrine of “the end” as used by Paul in 1 Corinthians 15, where he said “the end” comes at the resurrection. It is taken for granted by all futurists that Paul had in mind “the end” of the Christian age, or the end of time. This is pure speculation based on a…

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Formal Debates

Pre-Order The Gregg-V- Preston Debate DVDs– Now!

We have made excellent progress– although it has been slow– in processing the video for the recently completed formal public debate between popular radio host and author, Steve Gregg (partial preterist), and Don K. Preston, (full preterist) of Preterist Research Institute. The debate was held in Denver, Colorado, September 6-8, and was one of the friendliest debates you can imagine!…

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eschatology

Then Comes The End– But What End? #4

We have noted that all futurist views of “the end” take for granted that it is the end of time, the end of human history, etc.. This huge presupposition is, however, false. In this brief series we are examining the concept of “the end” as presented in scripture, and demonstrating that Biblically, “the end” simply cannot be what the futurists…

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eschatology

Then Comes The End- But, What End – #3

We are examining the meaning of Paul’s statement that the resurrection of 1 Corinthians 15 would be at “the end.” It is taken for granted by the majority of Christians that this must refer to the end of time, or the end of the Christian age. However, a closer look demonstrates beyond doubt that this simply is not true. Be…

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eschatology

Then Comes The End– But What End? #2

Be sure to read article #1 in this short series. We are offering several facts that militate against a futurist application of 1 Corinthians 15, where Paul said the resurrection would be at “the end.” The great question, naturally, is, what “end” did Paul have in mind? Was it some proposed “end of time”, or was it another “end” that…

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eschatology

Then Comes The End– But What End? #1

Few, if any, futurist commentators posit “the end” of 1 Corinthians 15:24f as anything but the end of the Christian age– the “final end.” They see “the end” as the termination of Christ’s rule on the throne. This is so widely accepted I will not take the time to document it with extensive quotes. Until the advent of the modern…

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