The Tabernacle of God and the Resurrection Broadcast

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Tabernacle of God and the ResurrectionPer Mike Sullivan’s request, I am posting the audio to the most recent “Two Men and A Bible Broadcast” co-hosted by Don K. Preston, D. Div, and Williamn Bell currently at BlogTalkRadio.com/eschatology-allthingsfulfilled.
This study surveyed the tabernacle of God as the place where death is removed, showing the emphasis of the tabernacle and priesthood to be the foundation of the Scriptures from Genesis to Revelation.
Additional information on this topic can be found on our blog allthingsfulfilled.com. Currently, we are creating additional writings and study aids to help others more clearly understand these concepts. Any questions you may have or points of clarity you would like to suggest from either this broadcast or the articles on the subject is appreciated.
It is my firm conviction that the tabernacle of God is the true hermeneutic for understanding the resurrection and deals a decisive blow to the IBD view (which if I understand correctly affirms immortality of the body only at death). It is also the knockout punch to the chin of the physical body resurrection affirmed by futurists of all colors and stripes. These concepts currently are being expanded upon for publication in a single work in the near future focusing on resurrection in a Full Preterist Covenant Eschatology context.

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I believe there are two key places where death and resurrection get derailed according to the scriptures. Both involved a beginning. Once we foul up the beginning we are certain to have complications with the end. My aim in these studies is to layout what I believe to be the derailment in the beginning and once established to keep on track all the way to the time of the end.
This means we’ll have less concern and opportunities for others to make arguments about the end of history, i.e. end of time which the Bible in my judgment says not one thing about in eschatological contexts or otherwise.
I appreciate those of you who have stood firm on these in light of those who waiver, and those who totter back and forth, seemingly not knowing how much ground they give up every time they release another significant text to fulfillment in 70AD.  Once again, thanks to all for your encouraging feedback on the broadcast.

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