Fulfilled Prophecy

The Eschatology of Zechariah 14- #4 – Zechariah and Revelation

In our last article on the eschatology of Zechariah 14 we demonstrated the direct parallels between Zechariah and the book of Revelation. John, in the Apocalypse, is undeniably saying that the prophecies of Zechariah are the source of his eschatological expectation. The chronological framework for the fulfillment of the respective prophecies needs to be emphasized. Not one time does Zechariah…

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The Eschatology of Zechariah 14 – #2

As we saw in the first article on Zechariah 14 the prophet predicted the “day of the Lord.” Most people assume the “coming of the Lord” language must refer to some yet future event. Deaver addresses this assumption while commenting on Matthew 24:29-31: “It is commonly assumed that the vivid descriptives used in verses 29 and 30 relate to the…

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The Eschatology of Zechariah 14 – #1

The book of Zechariah is, as most of the prophetic books, amazingly eschatological, especially Zechariah 14. Dispensationalists like to boast that preterists have no answers for the issues set forth in Zechariah, and particularly Zechariah 14. This is a specious and false claim and this brief study will demonstrate this. One of the most interesting and significant studies within Zechariah…

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Have the Miraculous Gifts of the Holy Spirit Ceased to Function? #15- A Response to Joel McDurmon

Have the revelatory gifts of the Holy Spirit ceased in the church today? In this article in our examination of Joel McDurmon’s badly misguided article on the charismatic gifts, we want to examine a critical admission by McDurmon. Remember that he denies that the charismatic gifts have ceased to function. He emphasizes the individualistic focus of those revelatory gifts, insisting…

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