A.D. 70 Dispensationalism: The Postponement Of The Kingdom

If it were not so serious a mistake, one could almost afford to smile at the view that Christ’s coming happened when the temple was destroyed in A.D. 70.  The view is a product of the heavy-handed, stodgy old theology of the post-Reformation period when men were still partly blinded by the dense fogs of…

The Faith Of Abel

  Among the numerous saints which Paul mentions in Hebrews 11, as being noted for their faith, Abel occupies a special place.  He was the first of the line of faithful servants.  In contrast to Cain, Abel’s mode of worship and praise was acceptable to God, and so he obtained a blessing.    From the time of Abel onward,…

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…

Are We Nearing The End Of The Age?

  As Scripture teaches, a great eschatological crisis is often preceded by a significant change in the moral climate. Before a dispensation closes, there are certain signs to tell us that the “end is nigh.”  In the days of Noah, men were unwilling to hearken to the preaching of the word.  That was the tell-tale sign.  They were eating and drinking,…

Essays On Chiliasm (Part 12)

   The Great Tribulation will be a time of intense persecution for the people of God.  Nevertheless, we have Christ’s promise that for the elect’s sake, those days shall be shortened.  But should anyone suppose that the events themselves will be unverifiable, we have Christ’s implicit statements that the Tribulation will be accompanied by signs…