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
Connections– Letting Scripture Interpret Scripture
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
Objections to a United Olivet Discourse– Answers!
Are there valid distinctions between the “first section” of Matthew 24 and the so-called “second section” that demand that the Discourse is about two radically different subjects, i.e. the destruction of Jerusalem and the end of the world?View More Objections to a United Olivet Discourse– Answers!
A Response to Steve Whitsett’s Review of the Sergius Bale – V- Preston Debate on the Dating of Revelation
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
Antiochus Epiphanes and the Great Tribulation
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
Answering Objections to Answers to Objections!!
The introduction of my new book Temple to Telos has set off a firestorm! Futurists realize that if this book is true, all futurist eschatologies are false!View More Answering Objections to Answers to Objections!!
A Response to Sam Frost’s Article: The Great City Is Every City But No City
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
The Redeemer Shall Come From Zion – #3- More on the Blindness of Israel
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
Super Exciting Announcement!
This book is a theological Atomb Bomb! There is not another book like it!View More Super Exciting Announcement!
The Redeemer Shall Come Out of Zion – #2
Paul’s citation of Psalms 69 and discussion of the “blindness of Israel” in Romans 11 provides extremely important contextual basis for concluding that Romans 11 was fulfilled in the first century judgment of Israel’s blindness.View More The Redeemer Shall Come Out of Zion – #2