23rd Sep 2018

Do you realize that there is not one futurist view of the resurrection that honors the framework and context for the New Creation / resurrection? NOT ONE! Something is wrong here! Source: Don K. Preston

22nd Sep 2018

In this final video in review of Joel Richardson’s book, Mystery Babylon, we examine Reelation 11:8 which serves as a definitive refutation of his claims that Babylon is Mecca and Islam. Source: Don K. Preston

20th Sep 2018

Isaiah’s prediction of the New Creation / Resurrection is clearly posited at the end of the Old Covenant age. Well, the New Covenant Age “NO END”! How then can the resurrection be at the end of the endless Christian age??? … more

19th Sep 2018

No matter our concept of the New Creation, it would be in fulfillment of Gods Old Covenant promises to Old Covenant Israel. If therefore, the New Creation is not fulfilled, Israel remain’s God’s covenant people! Source: Don K. Preston

The End of the Law of Moses was the time of Reformation – in AD 70.   Imposed Until the Time of Reformation – The Passing of the Law of Moses #3 Be sure to read the previous two articles, … more

18th Sep 2018

Isaiah 66 predicted the calling of the nations– those who had never known the Lord- as a sacrifice to the Lord. Paul- apostle to the Gentiles, said he was offering them as a sacrifice to God! Source: Don K. Preston

The End of the Millennium Was in the First Century! The Destruction of Creation, Resurrection and the End of the Millennium I goes without saying that there is virtual unanimous agreement across all eschatological boundaries, that the destruction of “heaven … more

17th Sep 2018

Today’s video is a reinforcement of an earlier video– repetition is a good thing- showing that Paul’s doctrine of the coming of the Lord in flaming fire is the exception of the fulfillment of Isaiah 66. And this is virtually … more

15th Sep 2018

What Isaiah says about the New Creation contradicts all three views of futurist eschatology! Source: Don K. Preston

14th Sep 2018

Joel Richardson offers his final reason why Babylon of Revelation could not be Jerusalem. On the “surface” is almost sounds like a good argument. A closer look, however, reveals that argument to be fundamentally and fatally flawed! Source: Don K. … more