Benton’s 3rd Negative – Preston-Benton Debate The Proposition: Obligation to keep the Law ended with the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70. As we close…View More Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses- Terry Benton’s Final Negative (#3)
Benton’s 2nd Negative The Proposition: Obligation to keep the Law ended with the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70. Don K. Preston affirms, and Terry…View More Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses- Terry Benton’s Second Negative
Formal Written Debate May 17, 2007 Well, I accidentally deleted this first affirmative so I am re-posting it here. In 2007 I had this debate…View More Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses- Don K. Preston’s First Affirmative
Ed Stevens’ First Negative: Formal Debate on the AD 70 Rapture Theory After four months of delay, Ed Stevens has finally submitted his first…View More Ed Stevens’ First Negative: Formal Debate on the AD 70 Rapture Theory
Introductory Remarks: Ed Stevens, President of International Preterist Association, and the lead proponent of the idea that there was a literal, physical rapture in AD…View More Was There a Physical Rapture in AD 70 – A Formal Written Debate
The Death Jesus Died – Response to Gary Summers on the Death Jesus Died William Bell, Dr. Div. The opponents of Covenant Eschatology are…View More The Death of Jesus Died: Guest Article by William Bell (D. Div.) In Response to Garry Summers
The Formal Debate Between Dr. David Hester and Don K. Preston will Be LiveStreamed! I am very glad to announce that the formal public debate,…View More Hester V Preston Debate To Be LiveStreamed!
Formal Debate on YouTube / FaceBook! Pickett -V Preston Exchange on the Salvation of Israel– Romans 11:25-27 The video of the entire formal YouTube debate…View More Formal Debate- On YouTube and FaceBook! Link for watching!
I want to remind our visitors of two important up coming formal debates. May 10– I will be debating Dr. Himie Pickett, a Progressive Dispensationalist.…View More Up Coming Formal Debates