What is the difference between LORD, GOD, Lord and God?

There are multiple names and titles used for God in the Bible, and sometimes it can be confusing to understand. One confusion arises from varied capitalization of the terms "Lord" and "God," primarily in the Old Testament. In large part, this is a result of English translators attempting to convey the Hebrew term used for … Continue reading What is the difference between LORD, GOD, Lord and God?

Hebrew Names of God in The Bible

By Jeff A. Benner In our modern culture a title defines the position, or character, of an individual while a name is nothing but an identifier with no meaning. In Hebrew all names are words with meaning and represent the character of the individual. Using English as an example my name, from an Hebraic perspective, … Continue reading Hebrew Names of God in The Bible

Another Prophet Like Moses Would Come & Israel’s Division

Copyright © Tim Warner 4windsfellowships.net Dispensationalists mistakenly think that God's program for Israel was suspended on the Day of Pentecost, and "the Church" was begun. Many non-dispensationalists think God's program for Israel was cancelled completely, by Israel's rejection of Jesus as Messiah. Both are wrong. When Jesus came, a prophesied change occurred within the nation … Continue reading Another Prophet Like Moses Would Come & Israel’s Division

The Abrahamic Covenant In the Both Testaments

Copyright © Tim Warner After the flood, when mankind once again turned away from God to worship idols, God chose one man through which He would bring about His entire plan or redemption and restoration. That man was Abraham. God spoke to Abraham several times. The first was a promise to inherit a "promised land" … Continue reading The Abrahamic Covenant In the Both Testaments

Preterism Proof Text Hebrews 12:28

Copyright © Tim Warner 2003 Introduction Preterists use Hebrews 12:28 to prove that the Kingdom was currently being received by believers in the first century, and did not await a future establishment on earth. "Wherefore we receiving a kingdom which cannot be moved, let us have grace, whereby we may serve God acceptably with reverence … Continue reading Preterism Proof Text Hebrews 12:28

Preterism – Secret Second Coming of Jesus

Copyright © Tim Warner - 2003 All orthodox Christians acknowledge the resurrection of Jesus Christ. That Jesus was raised from the dead in the same body that was crucified is quite plain from Scripture. Yet, this simple truth creates serious problems for preterists. Here's why. If Jesus came in AD70 as preterists claim, no one … Continue reading Preterism – Secret Second Coming of Jesus

Preterism & the Date of the Book of Revelation

Copyright © Tim Warner - 10/2003 The date of the writing of Revelation has been hotly disputed by preterists. Until the last century, Christian tradition has placed John's exile to Patmos during the reign of the emperor Domitian (AD 81-96). The dispute over the date of the composition of Revelation is a crucial one. If … Continue reading Preterism & the Date of the Book of Revelation

Preterism – Time Texts in the New Testament

Copyright© Tim Warner - 12/2003 The place to begin with the so called "time texts," on which preterism rests, is the Great Temple Discourse (Luke 21) and the Olivet Discourse (Matthew 24, Mark 13). These are the passages where Jesus expounded His second coming in greatest detail, the time delay between his first and second … Continue reading Preterism – Time Texts in the New Testament

Preterism Introduction

Copyright © Tim Warner - 011/2003 Preterism is the theory that all Bible prophecy has been fulfilled. The second coming, resurrection, and last judgment, have been fulfilled in a mystical sense in AD70 — the destruction of Jerusalem. According to preterists, we are now living in the "New Heaven and New Earth." The resurrection is … Continue reading Preterism Introduction

Israel’s Role In God’s Redemptive Plan

Copyright © Tim Warner 4windsfellowships.net The strength and primary feature of Progressive Dispensationalism is its ability to explain the overall purpose of God for mankind in a single unified plan. God's plan to redeem mankind flows through a series of progressive dispensations. The nation of Israel was chosen by God as a conduit to reveal … Continue reading Israel’s Role In God’s Redemptive Plan