Monthly Archives: October 2015

Preterist Response to a Futurist

Below is a three-part response on my part, defending Preterism against what I believe are ill-conceived objections against our view. I was originally going to rework all of this into a separate article, leaving out the give-and-take. But, partly due … Continue reading

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Clement’s Epistle to the Corinthians Written Pre-AD70

About the dating of Clement: I first began to rethink the dating of his epistle when I encountered some articles touting this earlier date. Then I read Clement’s actual Epistle more carefully, paying close attention to the Greek. I am … Continue reading

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“In that Day”. Don’t look to the future. Live in the Present in His power.

The following post was in response to the usual futurist comment that Zechariah 13-14 speaks of future cataclysm and the Great Tribulation and a visible, physical coming of Christ. My answer:   Are you sure? Take a look at some … Continue reading

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A Conversation on AW Tozer’s Teaching

Examining especially chapter five of his “I Call it Heresy” Like all the Tozer articles so far, this is from 2006. I resisted (mostly)  the urge to update and modify, since this was an actual conversation. I would have, for … Continue reading

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A.W. Tozer Reconsidered

Introduction | Mystic Sidetracks | Open Secret, or Second Work of Grace? | Tozer and the Word This is the first of several articles on A.W. Tozer, his life and teaching. It is part of a projected larger series of … Continue reading

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Global Flood in Genesis: Sometimes “All” means “ALL”

“And the waters prevailed exceedingly on the earth, and all the high hills under the whole heaven were covered.” – Gen. 7:19 This is one of the most important verses for establishing the global flood view. Critics of this view … Continue reading

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A Local Flood for a Global Problem?

There have always been groups – even within Christianity – that doubt the idea of a global flood. Futurists, Preterists, and many other “isms” have their own subgroups who believe that Genesis 6 – 9 decribes only a local flood. … Continue reading

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