eschatology, John the Baptist, Passing of the Law of Moses, Sabbath

The Seventh Day Sabbath: The Elephant in the Room of Dominionism, and Futurism- #1

The Seventh Day Sabbath– The Elephant in the Room of Theonomy / Reconstructionism – And Futurism Preliminary note: I am currently working on a major book on the issue of the seventh day Sabbath. The working title is Celebrating the Eighth Day: Shemini Atzerat!  Lord willing, that book will be published sometime next year, so be looking for it! The…

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eschatology, Passing of the Law of Moses, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

Two Priesthoods and the Passing of the Law of Moses – #8 – A Look at Hebrews 9

Two Priesthoods and the Passing of the Law of Moses- #8 Hebrews 9: Foods, Drinks, Various Washings and Fleshly Ordinances… Until the time of Reformation “Now when these things had been thus prepared, the priests always went into the first part of the tabernacle, performing the services. But into the second part the high priest went alone once a year,…

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Fulfilled Prophecy, Passing of the Law of Moses, Responding to the Critics

Two Priesthoods and the Passing of the Law of Moses- Article #7 – Israel’s Festal Calendar Part 2

Two Priesthoods and the Passing of the Law of Moses – #7 Israel’s Feast Days and the Passing of the Law of Moses- Part 2 In the first installment about the Two Priesthoods and Israel’s Festal Calendar we demonstrated that the feast days – all of them – were typological. They looked beyond themselves to something else, that something else…

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Study of the End of the Law
eschatology, Passing of the Law of Moses, Responding to the Critics

Two Priesthoods and the Passing of the Law of Moses – #7 – Israel’s Festal Calendar

Two Priesthoods and the Passing of the Law of Moses – #7 – Israel’s Festal Calendar This series is investigating the question of whether two priesthoods, the Levitical and Christ’s could co-exist for the period between the Cross and AD 70. I affirm that the two priesthoods did co-exist for that “second exodus period,” but, that the destruction of Jerusalem…

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eschatology, Passing of the Law of Moses, Responding to the Critics

Two Priesthoods and the Passing of the Law of Moses – #6- The Priesthood and the Sabbath

Two Priesthoods and the Passing of the Law of Moses – #6 The Priesthood and the Sabbath This series is investigating the question of whether two priesthoods, the Levitical and Christ’s could co-exist for the period between the Cross and AD 70. It is my contention that the two priesthoods did co-exist for that “second exodus period,” but, that the…

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eschatology, Passing of the Law of Moses, Responding to the Critics

Two Priesthoods and the Passing of the Law #5- What About the Sabbath?

Two Priesthoods and the Passing of the Law of Moses – #5 Sabbath and the Passing of the Law of Moses This series is investigating the question of whether two priesthoods, the Levitical and Christ’s could co-exist for the period between the Cross and AD 70. Opponents of Covenant Eschatology, i.e. full preterism, claim that this would not be possible.…

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