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Memphis Eschatology Conference

Memphis Eschatology Conference

On October 10-11, 2014, DonPreston, Holger Neubauer and William Bell will be speaking at the Memphis Eschatology Conference. The event will be held two days starting Friday, and ending Saturday around noon. The theme is “It’s About Time” and will explore several topics establishing the time of the events.

Who Is This Babylon [Podcast #005]

The Exodus Motif in Revelation Revelation chapter 11:8 speaks particularly of Jerusalem, i.e. the city which is spiritually called Sodom and Egypt, where also our Lord was crucified. This is a clear reference to the Exodus motif and the bondage of Egypt. It alludes to Paul’s reference in Galatians 4:21-31 where Paul speaks of the… Read More »

Five Brief Points on Revelation 20–Thoughts on the Criswell Bible College Conference–Open Letter Response to Joel McDurmon

There are three sections here which correlate to some of my The Living Body broadcasts on the millennium of Revelation 20 series as they related to the Criswell Bible College Conference: 1)  Five brief points which demonstrate our exegetical and orthodox view that the millennium was roughly a AD 30 – AD 70 “this generation”… Read More »

The End of Torah

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The End of Torah? “Two Guys and A Bible”  dissect the futurist, Amil, Post Mil and Dominionist views of the end of Torah. Don and I have been recovering from illness, shoulder surgery in his case and a very cruddy cold in mine that has sapped a lot of energy. However, we are both on… Read More »

Preterist Debate

Preterist Debate

Reply to Preterist Debate Ken Palmer adds more keystrokes to fan the flame of the Preterist debate. First, his effort confirms several points I addressed in the Full Preterism in the “News” Again, post. Let me start by noting that his blog is named, “Preterist Debate”, not Partial-Preterist Debate, not Dominionism Debate, but Preterist Debate…. Read More »