In his podcast Bible Prophecy Talk, Chris White makes a case that the Gog Magog battle described in Ezekiel 38–39 will take place at the end of the Millennium—not before the millennium as is commonly believed. You can also watch video playlist of his series on this topic:
Aside from Rob Braxman’s articulate discussion about this new technology, I could not help to think of the eerie similarity to the “living” image of the beast from Revelation 13:15, which will be able to speak and have the power to kill those who refuse to worship the beast. Read Revelation 13:15 and then watch […]
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.
Name of the film: The Conquest Genre of film: Dramatic Documentary Estimated Release: Late 2021 Writer/Director: Ryan Habbena “The Conquest” traces the amazing true story of the battle for the Land of Promise. Join us on an epic journey from the inception of the Israelites first crossing the Jordan river to the climactic conclusion that […]
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.