A.D. 70 Dispensationalism: Paul’s Purpose

Paul’s ministry has two aspects.  First, he preaches the Gospel of the Kingdom to the Jews.  Then, when they reject it he preaches the Gospel of God’s Grace to the Gentiles.  The Gospel of the Grace of God becomes paramount as Israel’s kingdom hope begins to wane.  As the earthly promises sink from sight, the…

The Scoffers Of 2 Peter 3

    Perhaps the most interesting epistle in the New Testament, at least from an eschatological standpoint, is 2nd Peter.  Although this epistle has been bitterly attacked throughout the centuries  —  some denying its apostolic authorship, and others disallowing its place in the N.T. canon  —  it remains a fruitful field of study for those who truly love Christ and…

Interview With Dr. Gavin Finley

In this 1-hour podcast, Brian Simmons interviews Dr. Gavin Finley of Endtime Pilgrim. The topic of discussion is the apostasy of the last days. Finley shows how the present proliferation of false doctrines, and the rise of dominion theology, will eventually pave the way for the harlot church of Revelation 17, which will gain dominance…

What’s Next On God’s Prophetic Program?

  As the end of the age draws nearer, Christians often wonder what is the next major event on God’s prophetic program.  When we turn to today’s prophecy teachers, we are usually told that it will be — A: The rapture; or B: The Gog and Magog battle.  Although I am not going out of my way…

The Unbelief of Preterism

    As a follow-up to my article, The Infidelity of Preterism, I thought it well to further explore the kind of rationalism and unbelief on which Preterist theology bases its claims. While systematic Preterism has little historical support, there are a number of writings documented throughout church history that contain key concepts espoused by Preterism….

The Infidelity of Preterism

   During the past few decades, there has been a significant increase of Preterism among liberal academic circles. While the majority within the Christian church have repudiated the notion that “all things were fulfilled in A.D. 70,” the intellectuals have insisted that they know not the truth; and therefore, a widescale push has been launched…

The Revelation Of Antichrist

   One of the reasons Paul was so fervent in instructing his disciples in the principles of “righteousness, temperance, and judgment to come” was because he believed the coming of Christ to be a major incentive to godliness and sobriety in this present evil world. It is a fact that we find this precious doctrine…