Did Jesus have to fulfill his eschatological prophecies? It has been suggested that he did not. But is that valid?View More Response to Elton Hollon’s Critique of Full Preterism- #6- Is Failed Prophecy Okay?
Did the NT writers “invent” figurative language to explain away the failure of Jesus’ eschatological predictions of his coming? Did they KNOW that Jesus had failed?View More A Response to Elton Hollon’s Critique of Full Preterism – #4
Were Jesus’ apostles confused – or simply wrong – to associate the coming judgment of Jerusalem and the temple with Jesus’ parousia? Dr. Elton Hollon believes they were.View More A Response to Elton Hollon’s Critique of Full Preterism- #2
James 1 tells us a great deal about the nature of the death that Christ came to conquer, and it is NOT what most people think!!View More A Look at James 1: The Birth of Death / The Birth of Life / The Death of Death!
Understanding of the Feast of Tabernacles is critical for a proper understanding of Zechariah 14.View More Zechariah 14 Part #9 by Robert Cruickshank
Israel’s final feast day, Sukkot, foreshadowed the resurrection. If, as all three futurist eschatologies claim, the Law of Moses was fulfilled and past away in first century, that means that the resurrection is fulfilled! If the resurrection is not fulfilled, as all futurists eschatologies claim, then the Law of Moses, including the feast days, is still binding!View More Major Announcement of an Important New Book! (Finally!!!)
The parallels between Zechariah 14 and the Olivet Discourse virtually demands the first century fulfillment of the Day of the Lord!View More Guest Article, Robert Cruickshank with More on Zechariah 14- Article #3
Isaiah 66 confirms that the New Creation comes as a direct result of the judgment of Old Covenant Israel and destruction of the City and Temple!View More Old Testament Israel – New Testament Salvation #7- The New Creation Part 2- More on Isaiah 66
The Little Apocalypse – Isaiah 24-27- serve as a major source of NT prophecies of the end time. Yet, these chapters link the time of the end to the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple! Sadly, the huge majority of Bible students overlook this connection. Yet these connections prove that the eschatology of the NT is the eschatology of the OT.View More Old Testament Israel / New Testament Salvation- #4 part 1
Isaiah foretold the future to him judgment of Old Covenant Israel for casting out the faithful of the Lord. Paul draws directly from Isaiah to speak of the imminent judgment of Israel for persecuting the Christians and putting them out of the synagogue. Should we thing that Paul was improperly citing Isaiah?View More Paul and Isaiah 65-66: A Comparative Analysis- Part Two