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House Divided Chapter Four The NT Time Texts Partial Preterist Keith A. Mathison Vs. Full Preterist Michael J. Sullivan Part 6 The Coming of the Son of Man

House Divided Bridging the Gap in Reformed Eschatology A Preterist Response to When Shall These Things Be?   Chapter Four The Eschatological Madness of Mathison or How Can These Things Be?  Part 6 – The Coming of the Son of Man   Michael J. Sullivan Copyright 2009 and 2013 – All rights reserved.  No part… Read More »

House Divided Chapter Four The NT Time Texts Partial Preterist Keith A. Mathison Vs. Full Preterist Michael J. Sullivan Part 5 Prophetic Telescoping Two Different Comings in Matthew 24-25?

House Divided Bridging the Gap in Reformed Eschatology A Preterist Response to When Shall These Things Be?   Chapter Four The Eschatological Madness of Mathison or How Can These Things Be?  Part 5 – Prophetic Telescoping Two Comings in Matthew 24-25? Michael J. Sullivan Copyright 2009 and 2013 – All rights reserved.  No part of… Read More »

Exposing and Refuting Sam’s Sloppy “Exegesis” of Matthew 16:27-28 Part 2: ​Cherry-Picking John Calvin ​& “Verily I Say Unto You”

Exposing and Refuting Sam’s Sloppy “Exegesis” of Matthew 16:27-28 Part 2: Cherry-Picking John Calvin & “Verily I Say Unto You” By Michael J. Sullivan In part one of this refutation we examined Sam Frost’s inability to even cite or mention let alone  interact at all with passages that reformed theologians (along with Full Preterists) consider… Read More »

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 »