The Bar-Cocheba Incident

Preterists generally don’t like hearing anything about Simon Bar Cocheba, the Jewish revolter who took back the city of the Jerusalem circa 132 A.D. before being finally crushed by the Romans. In fact, if you read any Preteristic literature, you will scarcely find a passage concerning him. Back in the days of Todd Dennis’s Preterist…

How The Scofield Bible Preserved America

By the close of the 19th century, Christianity was being preyed upon by liberal academics. Following the textual revisions of Westcott & Hort to the inspired Scriptures, Christians were being urged to accept these changes as authoritative, put away their KJV Bibles, and start accepting the theories of higher criticism that were leaking into America…

The Millennial Reign: Earthly Or Spiritual?

Throughout the centuries, Christians and scholars have disagreed concerning the nature of the Millennial reign. Will it be earthly or heavenly? In this short podcast Brian Simmons touches upon the issues involved, and establishes the earthly nature of the Millennium by examining some key Biblical texts. Listen now: millennium

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…

From What Nation Will Antichrist Arise?

  There is currently a major discussion going on among propecy students concerning Antichrist’s nationality.  From whence will he arise?  Will he be a Jew or a Gentile?  Although I don’t have all the answers (in fact, I don’t even have a specific answer, much less a solution to the riddle), nevertheless, I think this is…

Studies In The Apocalypse (Part 11– Rev. 2: 18- 2: 23)

 (2: 18) “And to the angel of the church in Thyatira, write; These things saith the Son of God, Who hath His eyes like unto a flame of fire, and His feet are like fine brass;”  Thyatira is first mentioned in Acts 16: 14 as the city from which Lydia, the seller of purple, came. …