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!
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
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
When we “connect the dots” between major OT prophecies and the NT, it is clear that the Second Coming – and the end of the Millennium, was in the first century.View More Connections– Letting Scripture Interpret Scripture
The eschatological significance of the first century blindness of Israel is commonly overlooked in discussions of the end times. This is a tragic oversight that guarantees a misinterpretation of eschatology!View More The Redeemer Shall Come From Zion – #3- More on the Blindness of Israel
Sam Frost says that everything has to have a “telos”- and end. Well, what about the New Creation? Does it come to an end?View More Response to Sam Frost and Jeremiah Cormier on the Coming of the Lord– #2
Terry Benton’s First Affirmative Resolved: Obligation to the Law of Moses ended at the cross of Christ. Affirmed: Terry W. Benton Denied: Signed–Don K. Preston…View More Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses- Terry Benton’s 1st Affirmative
Be sure to read Benton v Preston debate- Preston’s First Aff. before reading Benton’s first negative. Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law…View More Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses-
Does Zechariah 14 falsify the preterist view of prophecy? Not at all! It totally confirms it!View More Responding to the Critics- What About Zechariah 14?