Jesus’ application of Zechariah 14 to his work of redemption is the “final word” on the issue and his application falsifies all modern interpretations of Zechariah!View More Zechariah 14- Part 6- Day and Night Reversible- Signs of the End!
Is the Millennium past, present or future? This is an important debate to investigate this important issue!View More Upcoming Debate on the Millennium!
Zechariah is a hugely important OT prophecy for understanding the NT story of Eschatology!View More Guest Article: Robert Cruickshank on Zechariah 14- #1 in a Short Series
My long time friend Larry Siegle has written a really fine article on the question of whether the Kingdom of God was postponed when the…View More Guest Article: Larry Siegle – Was the Kingdom Postponed?
The Messianic Banquet is a key eschatological tenet that positively demands that the resurrection was in AD 70!View More Old Testament Israel – New Testament Salvation, #4- Part Three- Final Thoughts on the Messianic Banquet
The New Testament posits Christ’s parousia, the eschatological Wedding and the New Creation all at the same time. The OT is empatic in positing those things at the time of the judgment of Old Covenant Israel. This is a daunting challenge to all futurist views of eschatology!View More Old Testament Israel – New Testament Salvation – #4- Part Two- More on the Messianic Banquet
We are thrilled to share that the Kindle version of our newest book, “These Are The Days When All Things Must Be Fulfilled” is now available on Amazon! Get your copy today!!View More Our New Book Now Available on Kindle!
In Luke 21:22 Jesus said that in the events of the coming desolation of Jerusalem and the temple: “These be the days in which all things written must be fulfilled.” There are many efforts to escape the force of his words. But if Jesus truly meant that by the time of that destruction all prophecy would finally be fulfilled, then the entire history of church doctrine concerning the time of the end is false! This book changes everything!View More An Exciting and Important Announcement! A New Book By Don K. Preston
Paul’s undeniable citation and appeal to Isaiah 66 in 2 Thessalonians 1 is probative proof that 2 Thessalonians is not an “end of time” prophecy!View More Paul and Isaiah 65-66: A Comparative Analysis – Part Three
In 2 Thessalonians 1, Paul draws directly from the prophecy of Isaiah 66, to promise coming vindication of the suffering of the Thessalonian church. That vindication would come in fulfillment of Isaiah 66, that foretold the Lord’s coming “in flaming fire” to avenge the martyrs of the Lord. While most commentators claim that Paul had in mind “the end of the world” a careful analysis of both Isaiah and the context of 2 Thessalonians 1 falsifies that notionView More Paul and Isaiah 65-66: A Comparative Analysis – Part One