Monthly Archives: November 2005

A Case for Preterism and a Critique of Dispensationalism, Hoekema and a host of other eschatological discussions Part 6

This is my last post on these various subjects for the time being. I shall conclude with some final observations on Hoekema and his criticism of Postmillennialist interpretation of Revelation 20. There is little to disagree with in Hoekema’s writings … Continue reading

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Government Schools = Government Granddads

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A Case for Preterism and a Critique of Dispensationalism, Hoekema and a host of other eschatological discussions Part 5

Revelation chapter 20 is replete with apocalyptic language and is distinct from the previous chapters. Furthermore, if one were to follow a strict chronology, then this chapter breaks that pattern clearly. Why? Because Satan being bound is clearly a recapitulation … Continue reading

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Adrian Rogers dies at 74

George Grants writes about Pastor Adrian Rogers’ life and testimony. Dr. Adrian Rogers is home. Yesterday, he went to sleep in Memphis. And then he woke up in Heaven. Adrian, who retired as the pastor of the 27,000 member Belview … Continue reading

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Jim Wallis Exposed By North

Jim Wallis is one of America’s leading evangelical spokesman for the religious left. In this fascinating article, one of the Church’s most brilliant economist shatters and eradicates Wallis’ anti-Biblical presuppositions on economy and ethics. See Link for article: I Have … Continue reading

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A Case for Preterism and a Critique of Dispensationalism, Hoekema and a host of other eschatological discussions Part 4

Some final comments are necessary here to summarize thus far. I will try to explain briefly some of the major differences between Hoekema and Demar in their understanding of prophecy and in the next few posts will deal with John’s … Continue reading

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A Case for Preterism and a Critique of Dispensationalism, Hoekema and a host of other eschatological discussions Part 3

Let us continue our analysis by describing Hoekema’s thoughts on some very crucial issues concerning  Preterism. Secondly, we will conclude with the Partial-Preterist usage of the “anti-christ” contra the common Amillenial usage thereof. Describe Hoekema’s distinction between Imminence and Impending. … Continue reading

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A Case for Preterism and a Critique of Dispensationalism, Hoekema and a host of other eschatological discussions Part 2

The Signs of the times were to be seen and experienced by no other recipients than the first century generation. This is clear for at least five reasons: 1) It is noteworthy that Jesus is speaking to a real group … Continue reading

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