The Little Apocalypse – Isaiah 24-27- serve as a major source of NT prophecies of the end time. Yet, these chapters link the time of the end to the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple! Sadly, the huge majority of Bible students overlook this connection. Yet these connections prove that the eschatology of the NT is the eschatology of the OT.View More Old Testament Israel / New Testament Salvation- #4 part 1
In 2 Thessalonians 1, Paul draws directly from the prophecy of Isaiah 66, to promise coming vindication of the suffering of the Thessalonian church. That vindication would come in fulfillment of Isaiah 66, that foretold the Lord’s coming “in flaming fire” to avenge the martyrs of the Lord. While most commentators claim that Paul had in mind “the end of the world” a careful analysis of both Isaiah and the context of 2 Thessalonians 1 falsifies that notionView More Paul and Isaiah 65-66: A Comparative Analysis – Part One
Isaiah 24 foretold the destruction of “earth” because of Israel’s violation of the Law of Moses. Does anyone teach that the literal earth will one day be destroyed because of Israel’s violation of the Law of Moses? No! That means that Isaiah 24 cannot be used as a prediction of the “end of time.”View More Old Testament Israel – New Testament Salvation – #3
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
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!!
My friend Jim Gunter has been a faithful servant of the King and excellent Bible student for years. I am glad to offer our…View More Guest Article– Will Jesus Reign on the Earth? – by Jim Gunter
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 “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