This is my second affirmative presentation on the dating of Revelation: Written Before AD 70 (my view) or after, (the view of Dr. Sergius Bale)? …View More Formal Written Debate on the Dating of Revelation: Don K. Preston’s Second Affirmative
Date of Revelation: Before AD 70 or After? Don K. Preston (early date)- Versus Dr. Sergius Bale (late date) Don K. Preston’s First Affirmative Presentation…View More Formal Written Debate on the Dating of Revelation- Don K. Preston -V- Sergius Bale
Benton’s 3rd Negative – Preston-Benton Debate The Proposition: Obligation to keep the Law ended with the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70. As we close…View More Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses- Terry Benton’s Final Negative (#3)
Benton’s 2nd Negative The Proposition: Obligation to keep the Law ended with the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70. Don K. Preston affirms, and Terry…View More Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses- Terry Benton’s Second Negative
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?
While it is commonly taught that the Law of Moses was “nailed to the cross” that claim will not stand up to close Scriptural scrutiny.View More The Song of Moses and the Passing of the Law – #2
If– no, SINCE- Paul said that the Song of Moses (Deuteornomy 32) was being fulfilled in his personal ministry to call the Gentiles, this completely destroys the idea that the Law passed away at the cross.View More The Song of Moses and the Passing of the Law – #1
Only one city fits the description of Babylon given in Revelation– Old Covenant Jerusalem.View More Who Is This Babylon?
A (Another) Failed Prediction of the End In 2018 I had a dialogue with a user named “Jdaze.” This individual condemned what I was presenting…View More A (Another) Failed Prophecy