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
There are no “new” eschatological promises in the New Testament. All New Testament prophecies of the end are based on and taken from God’s OId Covenant promises made to Old Covenant Israel. This changes everything!View More Old Testament Israel – New Testament Salvation – #2
In Luke 21:22, Jesus spoke of the impending judgment of Jerusalem. He said “These be the days of vengeance in which all things written must be fulfilled.” Did he really mean that in that judgment all prophecy would be fulfilled? If he did, (and he DID!) futurism is dead!View More Old Testament Israel – New Testament Salvation – Installment #1
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)
Skeptics claim the NT books were written late in the first century, or even as late as circa AD 120 or so. Such claims cannot stand close examination and this article examines one tiny sliver of fascinating evidence to prove that.View More Short Shot: The Dating of Matthew and Mark
The Bible presents a consistent picture concerning the coming of Christ and the resurrection at the sounding of the great trumpet. And the information given to us points to fulfillment in the first century!View More With the Sound of the Trumpet!
Amazingly, (Revealingly) a list of prominent Reformed representatives issued a letter condemning the full preterist view, and accusing Gary DeMar of supporting that view! I have challenged them– any of the leading representatives- to meet me in formal debate to defend their charges. So far, not a keystroke of response!View More Unorthodox Eschatology? A New Inquisition!
Sometimes, good and honest people, attempting to defend or salvage their views, make fatal admissions about what the Bible teaches!View More Some Fatal Admissions!
Skeptics say that Jesus’ prediction of his coming found in Matthew 10:22-23, proves that he was a false prophet, and that his apostles were likewise wrong. The Bible is therefore not inspired and to be rejected. But, did Jesus fail? Did he, after all, come in judgment in the lifetime of the apostles?View More Matthew 10:22-23 and the Coming of the Son of Man- Part 1
If (since) what was happening in the first century was, as Paul expressed it, “the goal of the previous ages” then all futurist eschatology is falsified!View More “The End of the Ages Has Come Upon Us” — Not Us– But on Them! #3