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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 »

Typology of the Kingdom – Guest Article by David Boone

(MJS – At the 2017 Berean Bible Conference David Boone gave an excellent presentation on the typology of the Old Covenant Kingdom and how these promises were fulfilled “in Christ” and through the New Covenant Kingdom/Church.  I am grateful to him for making this presentation available in article form for you to enjoy here). Typology… Read More »

Messiah/Jesus is God & Prophesied to Recapitulate Israel’s Redemptive History – 1,000, 400, 65-70, 120, 40 and Isaiah 7 — 11

Introduction: The Rabbi’s believed that when Messiah would come He would recapitulate Israel’s past redemptive historical events in a type v. anti-type way.  Possible “years” or “days of Messiah” between their Old Covenant “this age” and the in-breaking Messianic or New Covenant age that were proposed by some were 40 and 70.  Some even admitted… Read More »

My Full Preterist Response to the Various Views of “That Which is Perfect” (1 Corinthians 13:10) Part 2 – John MacArthur’s “Strange Fire” (Cessationist) v. Michael Brown “Authentic Fire” (Charismatic)

Introduction Before examining the various views of “that which is perfect” in (1 Cor. 13:10), let’s briefly review part 1 which was a an examination of MacArthur’s historical arguments and his appeals to exhort his readers and listeners into “Reformed Theology.”  As we saw, if we are “consistent” (something MacArthur values) in following Reformed theology… Read More »

If A (Matt. 24) Was Fulfilled in AD 70 [Partial Preterism/Full Preterism] and is = to B (1 Thess. 4-5) [Classic Amillennialism/Full Preterism], and B (1 Thess. 4) is = to C (1 Cor. 15) [All Agree], Then A (Matt. 24), B (1 Thess. 4), and C (1 Cor. 15) Were All Fulfilled in AD 70 / Two or More Things that Are Equal to Another Thing Are Also Equal to Each Other / With An Exegesis of Each Passage Proving the Full Preterist Case!

By Michael J. Sullivan Hermeneutics is defined as “the study or science of interpreting the Scriptures.” The Westminster Confession of Faith correctly states that, “The infallible rule of interpretation of Scripture, is the Scripture itself; and therefore, when there is a question about the true and full sense of any Scripture (which is not manifold,… Read More »

The Book of Enoch & the New Testament

The Book of Enoch & the New Testament Jeffrey T. McCormack   I would like to step outside of the Bible in order to step back into the Bible – well sort of something like that. I’d like to start by stating these basic principles that I believe most everyone here would agree with. The… Read More »

House Divided Chapter Three Openness Futurism “Reformed” Open Theist Richard Pratt Vs. Full Preterist Edward J. Hassertt

House Divided Bridging the Gap in Reformed Eschatology A Preterist Response to When Shall These Things Be?   Chapter Three Openness Futurism   Edward J. Hassertt Copyright 2009 and 2013 – All rights reserved.  No part of this book (or article) may be reproduced in any form without permission in writing from the publisher or… Read More »