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One of the best shows we have had so far – you don’t want to miss it! We began to study the first of what theologians have called “The Big Three” (Matt. 10:22-23; 16:27-28; 24:34). Listen and pass it along to your friends.
Exposing Sam Frost’s Sloppy “Exegesis” of Matthew 16:27-28 Part 1 – The Use of Similar Identical or Parallel Language Within Matthew and the NT
Exposing Sam Frost’s Sloppy “Exegesis” of Matthew 16:27-28 Part 1 – The Use of Similar Identical or Parallel Language Within Matthew and the NT Michael J. Sullivan Introduction Partial Preterist Sam Frost has attempted to deal with one passage of what theologians have termed as “the big three” (Matt. 10:17-23; Matt. 16:27-28; Matt. 24:27-34) which… Read More »
The Living Body Show 11/19/12 – Revelation 20:8-15 & Challenge To Debate Sam Frost or Gary DeMar at the RCM Conference
Does the orthodox view of Partial Preterism in interpreting Matthew 16:27-28; 24:30–25:31-46 help interpret Revelation 20:5-15? How does the classic orthodox Amillennial view interpret Revelation 1-19, 21-22 in light of Revelation 20:5-15? How does the classic Amillennial view interpret Matt. 16:27 and 24:30–25:31-46 in light of Revelation 20:5-15? Where does Full Preterism fall within these… Read More »
If we compare the elements and motifs found in Revelation 20 with the rest of Revelation and that of the NT, do we see a literal end of time fulfillment or one to take place imminently in John’s day toward the end of the Old Covenant age in AD 70?
An Exposition of 1 Corinthians 15 Part 2: Christ the Firstfruits Out From Among The Dead Ones By Michael J. Sullivan We are continuing our study through 1 Corinthians 15 in examining the time frame and nature of the resurrection in this chapter. In part 1 we made two important observations. First, in Paul using… Read More »
Seven Brief Points Which Prove The Full Preterist View of the Millennium of Revelation 20 is Exegetical and Orthodox
Seven Brief Points Which Prove The Full Preterist View of the Millennium of Revelation 20 is Exegetical and Orthodox By: Michael J. Sullivan 1) Reformed Partial Preterist author Kenneth Gentry in his writings informs us that the book of Revelation is about things which were in the past, present, and things which were “about to… Read More »