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Formal Written Debate on the Dating of Revelation: Don K. Preston’s First Negative

Formal Written Debate on the Dating of Revelation Sergius Bale – V – Don K. Preston Don K. Preston’s First Negative All caps for emphasis…

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Formal Written Debate on the Dating of Revelation: Sergius Bale’s First Affirmative

Sergius Bale’s First Affirmarive Bale’s Proposition: Resolved: The Book of Revelation, while not definitive, was likely written in the reign of Emperor Domitian (AD 90s)…

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Formal Written Debate on the Dating of Revelation: Sergius Bale’s Final Negative

This will be my 3rd negative in response to Preston’s 3rd and final affirmative. Preston is supposed to be arguing that: “The Book of Revelation…

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Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law: Benton’s Final Affirmative

Benton-Preston Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses Benton’s Third Affirmative The proposition:  Obligation to the Law of Moses ended at the cross…

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Formal Written Debate on the Dating of Revelation: Sergius Bale’s Second Negative

Be sure to read my first affirmative, Bale’s First Negative and my Second Affirmative This is Sergius Bale’s Second Negative SB- This will be my…

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Formal Written Debate on the Dating of Revelation: Don K. Preston’s Second Affirmative

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)? …

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Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses: Terry Benton’s Second Affirmative

Benton’s Second Affirmative Resolved: Obligation to the Law of Moses ended at the cross of Christ. Affirmed: Terry W. Benton Denied: Signed–Don K. Preston My…

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Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses- Don K. Preston’s Final Affirmative

In 2007 I had a formal written debate with church of Christ minister, Terry Benton. The debate was originally posted on my sites, but due…

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Study of the End of the Law

Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses- Terry Benton’s Second Negative

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…

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