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

The Resurrection at the Sound of the Trumpet – #2

The Resurrection at the Sound of the Trumpet – Matthew 24:29-31 The next passage we want to examine in regard to the resurrection at the sounding of the Trumpet is in the Olivet Discourse. Be sure to read the previous article. Jesus predicted the destruction of Jerusalem in classic Jewish apocalyptic language. In vs. 30-31 he said, “they will see…

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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, Responding to the Critics

Isaiah 66 and the Dispensational Postponement Doctrine – #6

Isaiah 66 and the Dispensational Theology of Postponement – #6 In our last article on Isaiah 66 and the Dispensational Theology of Postponement Doctrine, I took note that there is a direct, inseparable link between the Great Tribulation and the Resurrection. Thus, if it can be proven that the Great Tribulation was in the first century, this proves beyond doubt…

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Seal Up Vision and Prophecy Don K Preston
eschatology, Responding to the Critics, Resurrection, Sabbath

Isaiah 66 and the Dispensational Postponement Doctrine – #5

Isaiah 66 and the Dispensational Doctrine of Postponement – #5 As we have seen, the postponement doctrine is foundational to Dispensationalism. Thomas Ice is on record as saying that without a postponed kingdom, there is no Dispensationalism: “Without a futurized (i.e. postponed, DKP), seventieth week, the dispensational system falls apart. There can be no pre-tribulational rapture, great tribulation, or rebuilt…

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eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Responding to the Critics, Restoration of Israel, Resurrection

Isaiah 66 and the Dispensational Postponement Doctrine – #3

Isaiah 66 and the Dispensational Postponement Doctrine – #3 At the close of our last article on Isaiah 66 and the Dispensational Postponement Doctrine, we made the following comment: “When Paul, in Romans 10-11, cites the Song of Moses and Isaiah 65-66 and applies those prophecies to Israel of his day, his ministry then it seems hermeneutically untenable to ignore…

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