eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Uncategorized, Written Debates

Written Debate: McDonald -V- Preston– Preston’s Third Negative

McDonald-Preston Debate Preston’s Third Negative After all of these months since Jerry’s last, you would think he could come up with better arguments, but, he clearly cannot. If it were not so serious, it would be funny. For instance, Jerry challenges me: “Deal with my syllogisms.” This coming from the man that openly stated that he would not address my…

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Children From Stones- #3

Raising Up Children of God from the Stones #3 Don K. Preston D. Div. In the previous articles (begin here) based on Matthew 3:9 we noted that John the Immerser warned his audience, comprised of, at least, the Pharisees and Sadducees, that if they did not repent, but instead relied on their ethnic lineage, that God would raise up children…

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Children From Stones #2

Raising Up Children of God from the Stones #2 Don K. Preston D. Div. Be sure to read the first installment on this subject. In our first article based on Matthew 3:9 we noted that John the Immerser warned his audience, comprised of, at least, the Pharisees and Sadducees, that if they did not repent, but instead relied on their…

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Joel McDurmon and the Multiple Fulfillment of Prophecy- #4

In this series, I have documented how Joel McDurmon, with whom I had a formal public debate in July 2012, (DVDs available here) castigates as un-scriptural the Dispensational hermeneutic of prophetic “Double Fulfillment.” The Dispensationalists say, for instance, that the first century anti-christs that were present in 1 John 2:18 foreshadowed and typified the final anti-christ. Further, all one has…

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Children From These Stones– Part 1

Raising Up Children of God from the Stones #1     Don K. Preston D. Div. John the Baptizer is a challenging figure, idiosyncratic to say the least! His message thundered across the Judean landscape, calling Israel to repentance, in light of the “about to come wrath” (Matthew 3:7). One cannot read the accounts of the Baptizer and not be struck…

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Can a Fulfilled Millennium Be Considered “Orthodox”? Guest Article

I am happy to share with our visitors an excellent article by Michael Sullivan. Michael does a great job in demonstrating the total inconsistency of the futurist (orthodox) paradigm when it comes to the millennium. Enjoy! Don K. Preston ****************** Five Brief Points Which Prove The Full Preterist View of the Millennium of Revelation 20 is Exegetical and Orthodox By: …

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