Elijah, eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Passing of the Law of Moses, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection

Romans 11:25-27 – All Israel Will Be Saved – #2

All Israel Will Be Saved – Part 2 ROMANS 11:7 AND ROMANS 11:26 Be sure to read the first installment of this study. In this second installment of our (brief) examination of Romans 11:25-27, I want to look at Romans 11:25-27 in light of Romans 11:7.  Romans 11:7 is one of the most ignored verses in discussions concerning Israel’s kingdom…

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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Israel and the Land, Jerusalem Temple, Responding to the Critics

Isaiah 66 and the Dispensational Postponent Doctrine – #4

Isaiah 66 and the Dispensational Doctrine of Postponement – #4 In our previous article, I demonstrated that Isaiah 66 in conjunction with Acts 3 refutes the Dispensational Postponent doctrine. But, the Millennialists are not alone in having severe difficulties with Isaiah 65-66 –  and Acts 3. J. W. McGarvey, leading figure in the early churches of Christ and still highly…

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Preterist Pilgrim Weekend Coming Up — Free Livestreaming

Preterist Pilgrim Weekend 2017 is Coming Up! – Free Livestreaming We want to remind our visitors that the Preterist Pilgrim Weekend, July 13-15, 2017 is right around the corner! Our theme this year is: The Problems with Postmillennialism. We have a great line up of speakers for you: Daniel Rogers of Alabama. Daniel is the author of the excellent new…

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

The Passing of the Law of Moses: Two Priesthoods At the Same Time? #1

The Passing of the Law of Moses: Two Priesthoods, Israel’s Feast Days and Eschatology Don K. Preston (D. Div.) The issue of the passing of the Law of Moses is one that is under appreciated in eschatological studies. Few commentators take note of the direct connection between the end of Israel’s covenant age, the end of the Law, and the…

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