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My First Lecture at the 2017 PPW Conference Part 5: The Problems For Postmillennialism – The Parable of the Wheat and Tares and the Resurrection (Mt. 13:39-43/Dan. 12:2-3)

Introduction: Having examined the problems with Postmillennialism in regards to the eschatological wedding feast and resurrection, I want to now turn our attention to the problems for Postmillennialism in the parable of the wheat and tares and the resurrection in Matthew 13:36-43/Daniel 12:2-3. Matthew 13:36-43  36 Then he left the crowds and went into the house…. Read More »

My First Lecture at the 2017 PPW Conference Part 4: The Problems For Postmillennialism – Wedding and Resurrection (Mt. 8:10-12/Mt. 22:1-14/Mt. 25:1-13/Isa. 25:6-9)

  We are continuing to examine and refute the Postmillennial position of the NT teaching TWO parousias of Christ connected with TWO resurrections.  By necessity, this also requires them having to teach TWO eschatological weddings and wedding feasts separated by thousands of years as well. Matthew 8:10-12: 10 When Jesus heard this [expression of the… Read More »

My First Lecture at the 2017 PPW Conference Part 2: The Problems For Postmillennialism – God’s Divorce, Re-marriage and NC Betrothal/Marriage

Introduction  In Part 2 of this series, we will begin by examining the various steps and phases contained within a Jewish betrothal/marriage process.  From there we will look at God’s OT betrothal and marriage to Israel, God’s divorce and putting to death of Israel and then His promises of a coming New Covenant betrothal and… Read More »

The saying spread abroad among the brethren that this disciple was not to die; yet Jesus did not say to him that he was not to die, but, “If it is my will that he remain until I come” (Jn. 21:23; see also Mt. 16:27-28) – Guest Article by Jerald Davis

John 21:23 – A Textual and Explanatory Note In the last chapter of the gospel of John we have the interaction between Jesus and Peter, where Jesus allows Peter to confess his love for him three times, just as Peter had denied knowing Jesus three times.  Then Jesus reveals that Peter would fulfill that love… Read More »