A Response to Elton Hollon’s Critique of Full Preterism – #4

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?

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Major Announcement of an Important New Book! (Finally!!!)

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!

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An Exciting and Important Announcement! A New Book By Don K. Preston

In Luke 21:22 Jesus said that in the events of the coming desolation of Jerusalem and the temple: “These be the days in which all things written must be fulfilled.” There are many efforts to escape the force of his words. But if Jesus truly meant that by the time of that destruction all prophecy would finally be fulfilled, then the entire history of church doctrine concerning the time of the end is false! This book changes everything!

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The Wedding of the King of Kings

Old Testament Israel / New Testament Salvation- #4 part 1

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.

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