Like Father Like Son, Don K Preston

Paul and Isaiah 65-66: A Comparative Analysis- Part Two

Isaiah foretold the future to him judgment of Old Covenant Israel for casting out the faithful of the Lord. Paul draws directly from Isaiah to speak of the imminent judgment of Israel for persecuting the Christians and putting them out of the synagogue. Should we thing that Paul was improperly citing Isaiah?

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Old Testament Israel – New Testament Salvation – #3

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.”

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Old Testament Israel – New Testament Salvation – Installment #1

In Luke 21:22, Jesus spoke of the impending judgment of Jerusalem. He said “These be the days of vengeance in which all things written must be fulfilled.” Did he really mean that in that judgment all prophecy would be fulfilled? If he did, (and he DID!) futurism is dead!

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Elijah Has Come

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!

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Who is This Babylon

Formal Written Debate on the Dating of Revelation– “Sergius Bale’s” Final Affirmative

To the reader: Let me apologize for the utterly disgusting verbiage in the following. just keep this in mind as you read. There is an…

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Study of the End of the Law

Formal Written Debate on the Passing of the Law of Moses: Don K. Preston’s First Negative

Don K. Preston’s First Negative  (Be sure to read Benton’s first affirmative here) I join with Terry in saying how much I appreciate the opportunity…

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Daniel 9- Succot and Shemini Atzerat- #1

The vast majority of commentators fail to notice that Daniel 9:24-27 is based on a “festal inclusio” meaning that it would be fulfilled when Israel’s festal calander was fulfilled– in AD 70! This is ground breaking!

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