Sam Frost’s Abuse of the Olivet Discourse Sam Frost on “The End is Not Yet… Then Comes The End” I have documented in the past…View More Sam Frost’s Abuse of the Olivet Discourse
This final installment in response to the scholarly review of full preterism by Elton Hollon examines a critical, but commonly overlooked tenet of eschatology– one that fully confirms full preterism.View More Response to Elton Hollon’s Critique of Full Preterism- #7- Final Installment- The Honor -v- Shame Motif
I recently had a great interview with Tommy McMurtry on the question What is Full Preterism? It was a great interview, so take a look!!View More What Is Full Preterism: An Interview Between Tommy McMurtry and Don K. Preston
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
A Response to: UNSOUND AND INFORMALLY FALLACIOUS PRETERIST ARGUMENTS ON MARK 13:24-27. – Installment #3 Remember that for some reason my footnotes are not coming…View More A Response to Elton Holland’s Critique of Full Preterism- #3
A prominent scholar, Dr. Elton Hollon, has written an article seeking to refute the full preterist paradigm. This is the first of my responses to his article.View More A Response to Elton Hollon’s Claim that Preterism is False – Part #1
Zechariah predicted the cleansing of the Temple and the Gospel writers appeal directly to Zechariah in the depictions of Jesus cleansing the temple!View More Guest Article: Robert Cruickshank– Zechariah 14- #1- The Cleansing of the Temple
Josephus gives us the details of AD 70– which matches Zechariah 14 perfectly!View More Zechariah 14- Part 8- How Josephus’ Record of AD 70 Matches Zechariah 14!
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!!!)