Accomando Fails to Have a Civil and Biblical Discussion

I have been responding to John Accomando’s statements on his posttribulationism, hoping that he would engage and we can have a God-honoring, beneficial discussion. He has not responded to anything, as far as I know, I have written. Sadly, I received this note that Accomando passed on to me from someone: Jeffrey, Feel free to […]

Will the Church Be Persecuted by Antichrist for Three and One-Half Years Before the Rapture?

John Accomando writes, [D]oes Scripture teach that we’ll be here for the full 3.5 years? Yes: Daniel 7:25- “And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a […]

Posttribulationism and the “Word-Concept” Fallacy

John Accomando asserts the following: More than once, the vials are called “the wrath of God”, whereas the trumpets are not. It’s usually assumed that the “wrath” begins shortly after the 6th seal, just because the word “wrath” is being used, but “the wrath of the Lamb” seems to be very specific. Also, upon further […]

“I Am Allowed to Critique Prewrath, But You Are Not Allowed to Respond”

This is basically the sentiment of John Accomando who recently posted: If you’re going to call me out like that, [Alan Kurschner], I’m going to tell you that I’m not sure you’ve really done anything to prove your point: i. Accomando says, “If you’re going to call me out like that.” What? Calling someone out […]

Revelation 15:1 Seven Angels Who Have Seven Final [Eschatos] Plagues

Then I saw another great and astounding sign in heaven: seven angels who have seven final [eschatas] plagues (they are final because in them God’s anger is completed [etelesthē]). (Rev 15:1) John Accomando asserts: Revelation 15:1 doesn’t say that the vials “finish” the wrath of God. The Greek word is “teleō”, which also means “to […]

Responding to Common Postrib Arguments

I was directed to some posttribulational comments by someone named John Accomando on a facebook group. I would like to respond to some of his objection to prewrath in a series. The first claim I will respond to in my next post is asserted by Accomando: What is the “icing on the cake” for me […]