On Biblical Vs. Preteristic Meanings Of “Heaven And Earth”

One of the first things a Bible student must do, when approaching the doctrines of Preterism, is distinguish between types that are purely Genetic in origin, and those that are Mosaic. This will allow him/her to separate the layers of fulfillment and discern what was fulfilled and what wasn’t. When we refer to the “omega…

The Eschatology Of Noah’s Ark

     For some time, I’ve been wanting to write an article discussing the eschatological significance of Noah’s Ark.  This is a timely subject.  For among professing Christians today, there seems to be a deal of confusion regarding the precise significance of the ark, and what it stands for.  I even fault myself for hitherto not…

Conversation With Philip B. Brown

In this 43-minute podcast, Brian Simmons speaks to Philip B. Brown of New Wine For The End Times. Brown has written a book called in which he applies ancient Jewish eschatology to the solution of the controversy between Calvinism and Arminianism. Brown has also written some articles in which he refutes the Preterist eschatological system….

Timing Of The Rapture

This brand-new Bible study lesson is a sequel to Preterism and The Rapture. The question it addresses is one of great importance. When does the rapture of 1 Thess. 4: 16-17 occur? In this 35-minute podcast, Brian Simmons goes through some more texts to demonstrate that the rapture will occur in the middle of Daniel’s…

Why I’m A Pre-Millennialist

   [Note: The following article was published a few months ago at Larry Siegle’s blog, “Kingdom Victory.” Since it correctly expresses my position on the futuricity of Daniel’s 70th week, and has never been refuted by Preterists, I am here re-publishing it, with some minor revisions. Essentially, my position is the same as when I…

Gary DeMar’s Preterist Delusions: A Limited Geography (Part 2)

   Of course, Gary DeMar admits that kosmos has a more extensive meaning than oikoumene. However, nowhere in his article does he admit that kosmos means the Adamic creation– that is, the entire physical globe. DeMar only says that it is a “word that can have a more global meaning.” This is by way of…