eschatology

An Objection to Preterism: Do Preterists Ignore the Truth About Time Statements?

Anyone remotely familiar with the Bible is acutely aware of the multitudinous statements of the nearness of the Day of the Lord. Passages in the OT and New affirmed that imminence. Bible students have perplexed about this for centuries– almost two millennia now! Various “solutions” have been offered to explain this language of imminence, and the most popular “explanation” is…

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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy

The Resurrection, the Kingdom and the Body of 1 Corinthians 15- #6– Summary

This is the final installment, and the summary, of William Bell’s fantastic presentation on the resurrection doctrine of 1 Corinthians 15. In this series, William has presented some devastating critiques of the futurist views of eschatology, as well as some very positive analysis of Paul’s eschatology. Be sure to begin with part one here, part two is here, and read…

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Resurrection, the Kingdom and 1 Corinthians 15- William Bell – #5

As suggested by the title, this is installment #5 of this fantastic series by William Bell. This series has definitively and irrefutably place 1 Corinthians 15 in the proper context for correct interpretation, and demonstrated the fallacies in the traditional views. Be sure to begin reading with part one here. ***************************************** Who Inherited the Kingdom? It is obvious that the…

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Resurrection, The Kingdom and 1 Corinthians 15- William Bell– #4

One of the greatest misunderstandings in eschatology relates to the meaning of “flesh and blood” in  1 Corinthians 15. Most understand the term to refer to the human body. This is patently wrong however, and understanding the proper definition has a profound impact on our understanding of eschatology. In the 2012 McDurmon-V-Preston debate, McDurmon actually correctly defined the term, but…

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