J. Paul Tanner in his help commentary on Daniel, writes, [T]he word for “wrath” does occur one other time in Daniel, namely Dan 11:36 [fn: Quite often, “wrath” [or “indignation”] (zꜥm) refers to God’s wrath (e.g., Isa 26:20; Ezek 22:24), but in view of the context of Daniel, the reference in v. 19 appears to […]
This is easily answered. There is no reason for the innumerable multitude to be sealed because they are raptured and in heaven before the throne of the Father and pictured having resurrected bodies (see Rev 7:9–17). There is zero biblical evidence that church saints will be on earth protected through the trumpet and bowl judgments. […]
Besides my formal debate with Dr. Thomas Ice in Plano, Texas (you can find it on youtube), I almost forgot I had a mini-debate with Dr. Ice on Moody Radio that went really well. I am going to pull it out of the archive and note it here for those who have not heard it. […]
Don’t be so sure that you know what Dispensationalism believes. In this lecture, Dr. Mike Stallard debunks commonplace misrepresentations.
Dr. Mike Stallard points out salient examples of the inconsistent hermeneutic of replacement theology concerning God’s promises. I have it time-stamped in the video below.
Many who misrepresent dispensationalism have never read any primary dispensational literature. The following discussion dispels the most common, recurring misrepresentations out there.
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/thebiblicalprophecyprogram/Why_Isaiah_26.1921_Support_the_Prewrath_View_-_Ep._171.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedDr. Kurschner begins with TWO BIG announcements! Then he addressed the question of where do believers go immediately after the rapture, commenting on an overlooked passage in Isaiah 26:19–21 concerning this question. He argues that heaven is where the “inner rooms” are located and the place where […]
Today is the launch of the new magazine – Biblical Prophecy Magazine. This has been in the works for almost a year. For those who value substantive, sound, and sober Bible prophecy articles, this magazine is for you. This debut issue of the magazine is being shipped next week to everyone who signed up before […]
Dr. Joseph Parle author of Dispensational Development and Departure, beginning at timestamp 10:03, makes the excellent observation why covenant theology is averse to viewing a future physical, millennial kingdom. I’ll quote some of what he says on this point: [There] is a tendency to see this kind of more how the covenant theologians do, more […]
[See my update below] The following is a round table discussion among traditional dispensational exponents Dr. Mike Stallard, Dr. Christopher Cone, and Dr. Joseph Parle. At one point in the discussion (timestamp 54:10), Dr. Stallard makes the valid point against progressive dispensationalism that they function from an “already-not-yet” theological hermeneutic, which imposes an absolute meaning […]
This is a session by Dr. Michael Vanlaningham at our ‘The People, the Land, and the Future of Israel’ Conference in 2014.