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)
Is the Bible Inspired? Does it contain lots of contradictions and historical inaccuracies? Did Jesus even exist? If he did, was he a failed prophet and liar? Mark Smith, former Christian turned atheist says the Bible is nothing but a book of fraudulent letters and epistles, and that Jesus, if he even existed, was a false prophet! Don K. Preston denies all of this! Tune into this debate!View More Upcoming Formal Debate– Times Announced!!
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!
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 the Old Law could not pass until every jot and every tittle was fulfilled, and if Christ has not come, in judgment and the resurrection, then the Old Law remains fully in effect, binding and imposed.View More About Matthew 5:17-18- Some Objections and Responses- #2
If “All” in Matthew 5:17-18 truly means “all” comprehensively, then the Lord has come, the resurrection is fulfilled, and Israel remains God’s chosen, covenant people! If those things are not fulfilled, the Old Law remains in full force, and Israel remains God’s covenant people!View More About Matthew 5:17-18- Some Objections and Answers- #1
Anytime you have to overtly, willfully alter the reading of the Biblical text to support your eschatology, that is a sure sign your doctrine is wrong!View More A Response to Steve Whitsett’s Review of the Sergius Bale – V- Preston Debate on the Dating of Revelation
Many commentators claim that Daniel 12:1 foretold the time of Antiochus Epiphanes as the great tribulation,. But the Bible and history completely falsifies that claim.View More Antiochus Epiphanes and the Great Tribulation
To totally ignore the real, undeniable historical realities of the sins of Babylon, and then project her sins onto other nations who had never done those things, amounts to exegetical fraudView More A Response to Sam Frost’s Article: The Great City Is Every City But No City
1 Peter was written in the mid-60s AD. Revelation foretold the events that were present in 1 Peter! This effectively proves that Revelation was written before AD 70!View More Revelation Before 1 Peter? Evidence for the Early Dating of Revelation