The Olivet Discourse, Jesus’ prediction of the coming of the destruction of Jerusalem, is heaven’s commentary on Zechariah 14!View More Guest Article: Zechariah 14, Part 2- By Robert Cruickshank
In Revelation 19-20, were the Beast and false prophet thrown into the Lake of Fire 1000 years before Satan?View More A Good Question – My Response
Peter said he was looking for the New Creation promised by the OT prophets. Isaiah 65-66 foretold that New Creation, but unequivocally posit its arrival at the time of the judgment and destruction of Old Covenant Israel! This means that interpretations of 2 Peter (and Revelation), which posit the New Creation at the end of the Christian Age are misguided.View More Old Testament Israel – New Testament Salvation- The New Creation part 1
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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
Properly identifying the two beasts of Revelation 13 is actually destructive to the futurist view of eschatology!View More Guest Article: The Two Beasts of Revelation 13- Robert Cruickshank
Former Christian turned Atheist Mark Smith claims Jesus was a liar, at the very best, a false prophet! Will his claims stand up to careful examination in formal debate? Be sure to watch the entire debate to find out how badly Smith’s claims fail!View More Full Video of my Formal Debate with Former Christian, Turned Atheist, Mark Smith (4-12-2023)
Are there valid distinctions between the “first section” of Matthew 24 and the so-called “second section” that demand that the Discourse is about two radically different subjects, i.e. the destruction of Jerusalem and the end of the world?View More Objections to a United Olivet Discourse– Answers!
Anytime you have to overtly, willfully alter the reading of the Biblical text to support your eschatology, that is a sure sign your doctrine is wrong!View More A Response to Steve Whitsett’s Review of the Sergius Bale – V- Preston Debate on the Dating of Revelation
To totally ignore the real, undeniable historical realities of the sins of Babylon, and then project her sins onto other nations who had never done those things, amounts to exegetical fraudView More A Response to Sam Frost’s Article: The Great City Is Every City But No City