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Australia Trip Report

Australia Trip Report Well, I am going to do my best to give a report on the just completed trip to Australia. Full blown jet lag may influence how this reads, so just bear with me! 🙂 William Bell and I traveled to Sydney, Australia on October the 18, at the invitation of Al Persohn, and the Botany Bay church.…

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Does Preterism Have a Future?

THE question is often asked of those who believe in the fulfillment of all Bible prophecy (Luke 21:22), “Does Preterism have a future dimension to the teaching?”  The answer to the question is, of course, Yes. The fact of Biblical fulfillment is an established principle in the Scriptures, and includes results that continue beyond the time of fulfillment.  For example,…

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Closet Wilson (Part 2)

I came across something the other day that made me think of Closet Wilson. Acts 17:11: “Now the Bereans were of more noble character than the Thessalonians, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true.” Imagine that! The Bereans examined the Scriptures every day to see…

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Closet Wilson

We’ve all seen the creedal argument against full preterism. Most of us, including a lot of futurists, can see right through that argument. Many futurists who hear some of the statements made by Mathison, Gentry, Wilson, et al., find their comments to be disturbing. And indeed they are disturbing. But its time to introduce everyone to the rest of the…

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A Great Irony

In The Last Days According to Jesus, RC Sproul states the following: “The great weakness of full preterism—and what I regard to be its fatal flaw—is its treatment of the final resurrection. If full preterism is to gain wide credibility in our time, it must overcome this obstacle.”[i] There is great irony in Sproul’s comment above. The irony is this:…

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Cross-Examining the Critics of Preterism

A Response To Kenneth Gentry When addressing the scholars of the Reformed community, care must be taken to get our facts, logic, and scripture correct. Unfortunately, those scholars do not take the same careful approach in dealing with Preterist Theology or the people involved. These scholars play loose with the facts, use logical fallacies, special pleading, and personal attacks. What…

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