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
I was studying my bible this morning and looked up what man meant in the Vines because of Son of Man description of Jesus. As you can see below in Greek the term man is generally used to denote a human being either male or female. I know a number of women feel left out … Continue reading The Term Man in the NT
The bible Book of Isaiah refers more fully to the times of the Messiah than any other of the prophets. It is natural, therefore, to expect to find his writings often quoted or appealed to in the New Testament. The frequency of the reference, and the manner in which it is done, will show the … Continue reading References of Isaiah in the New Testament
Many times people will raise an objection to a Christian's belief in the Bible as being the infallible word of God. They claim that using the Bible to support the Bible is "circular reasoning" (testing the validity of an idea by its own pronouncements). This is not so. We must first remember in discussing the … Continue reading How Do I know the Bible is REALLY from God?