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Joel McDurmon’s “Last” Hermeneutic

In my recent debate with Joel McDurmon (July 19-21, 2012) of American Vision, I took note that Paul’s doctrine of the end of the millennium resurrection in 1 Corinthians 15 would be the fulfillment of Isaiah 24-25 and the fulfillment of God’s Old Covenant promises made to Israel. In my first affirmative presentation I presented this undeniable fact. I also…

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The Sabbath, Postmillennialism and the McDurmon – Preston Debate

Dominionist thoelogy, otherwise known as postmillennialism, reconstructionism, Theonomy and some other epithets, maintains that the Law of Moses remains valid today. In fact, Gary North commenting on Deuteronomy 8 has this to say, “This passage in Deuteronomy presents the biblical basis of progress in history.” He then added, “Any attempt to renounce this passage as no longer judicially binding in…

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A Dominionist “Response” to the Preterist Appeal to Luke 21:22

In the McDurmon -V- Preston debate, July 19-21, 2012, Joel McDurmon (Dominionist / Postmillennialist) clearly anticipated that I would appeal to Luke 21:22 where Jesus, describing the impending destruction of Jerusalem, said “These be the days of vengeance, in which all things that are written must be fulfilled.” McDurmon made the following argument: If Preston argues that all things were…

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Resurrection: Putting Off the Body of Flesh #1

PUTTING OFF THE BODY OF FLESH COLOSSIANS 2-3 Don K. Preston D. Div. Resurrection is normally understood as the putting off of the human body of flesh and taking on the immortal body. Yet the only Bible passage that explicitly speaks of putting off the body, specifically the body of flesh, speaks of being raised from “sin-death” to everlasting life…

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