//Virtually no one denies that the first century Jerusalem temple had to be standing, overseen by the Levitical priesthood, in accordance to the Law of Moses, for the first four of Israel’s typological feast days to be fulfilled.
Since that temple had to be standing, functioning in accordance to the Law of Moses, for the fulfillment of the first four feast days, upon what basis could it be argued that the temple and priesthood would not have to be standing, functioning in accordance to the Law of Moses, for the fulfillment of the final three feast days which foreshadowed the Judgment, the coming of the Lord, the resurrection and the New Creation?
Yet, that temple no longer stands, and the Law of Moses has been done away, never to be restored. So says all three futurist views of eschatology.
Does this not demand that either the last three feast days were not fulfilled – meaning they failed– or, would it not mean that those final feast days were in fact fulfilled in the first century, while the Law of Moses was still in force??
The truth is that the Temple and the Law would stand, valid, until the Telos, the time of the end. This is stunningly important, but never discussed! This book is unprecedented! It changes everything!//