Pop pretribbers are often heard invoking the virtuous platitude, “I’m not looking for the Antichrist, I’m looking for Jesus Christ.” It is intended to convey that pretribs are “truly” watchful for Jesus’s return because they think they will not have to first encounter the Antichrist before the rapture. This cutesy slogan sounds pious and virtuous, […]
[Update: Jan Markell wrote me and declined the debate offer for personal reasons. I told her that I am happy to leave open the offer for the future if she is interested then. So that is where we are at.] Recently, Jan Markell had hyper-dispensationalist Doug Stauffer on her program, who has a lot […]
First, I must say, when you write me through the contact page, it is best to give a salutation and signature to your email, otherwise I typically do not even read emails that do not contain these basic and respectful elements to a letter. I receive scores of emails (many that are “drive-byes” with an […]
Source I want to respond to pretribber John Hart’s misrepresentation of Irenaeus, taking a snippet of Irenaeus out of context and making it sound like he is teaching a pretrib rapture. Nothing could be further from the truth for three contextual reasons. First In Hart’s proof text, I noticed that he conveniently omits the very […]
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Gary Stearman of Prophecy Watchers interviewed Ken Johnson on his show this week. The program is an exercise of wishful thinking claiming that the early church writers were “pretribulationists” (see the video below). Anyone with a modicum of knowledge of what the early church writers taught on this issue understands that they taught that the […]
I went for a stroll this morning in a state park in North Jersey (literally on the NJ/NY border, not too far from where I live). There was nobody there, complete silence, only the birds. I soaked in the invigorating solitude. After the stroll before I drove home, I figured I would go for a country jaunt […]
. . . and you can’t believe abortion is wrong if you don’t have an objective, universal, moral standard (i.e. God’s law).
If you are a dispensationalist, then you may be aware of the natural connection that contemporary dispensational theology has with prewrath eschatology. The following two articles by Charles Cooper explains this clearly. If you are not a dispensationalist, it may be because you associate it with traditional dispensationalism and are not familiar of contemporary (or […]
Many avoid reading the Book of Revelation, not because they do not know what it means, but for the reason they know what it means—the cost of allegiance to Christ even to death.