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
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
Introduction There are various predictions when Babylon the Great is destroyed during the 70th week aka the Tribulation. Looking at the biblical passages that cover Babylon we see the following: Revelation 17-18 is a detailed expansion of the statement in :- Revelation 14:8 – “Fallen, fallen is Babylon the Great! She has made all nations … Continue reading When is “Babylon the Great” Destroyed in the Tribulation?
The allegory/parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus found in Luke 16:19-31 has been taught that it shows that we are alive after death but in different areas based upon if you were good or bad. Firstly, all parables are not based on real historical events, but use imagery that the hearers would have understood. … Continue reading The Rich Man & Lazarus is Not a Picture of Heaven and Hell Luke 16:19-31
The events of 70 AD do not fulfill the prophecies about the End Times. Jesus prophesied that the Great Tribulation will be the most severe time in world history. It will surpass all other times of crisis. Some seek to minimize this prophecy by reducing it to symbolism or by seeing it as being totally … Continue reading Events of 70 AD do not Fulfill End Times Prophecies