Category Archives: Anatomy of 2nd Coming

The 144,000 Were NOT From The Great Tribulation

The “144,000” of Revelation 7 are NOT those who come out of the great tribulation. It’s easy to make errors while reading the Bible, and this one’s a common one.  Fortunately, however, this one is easily demonstrated and put away.   Here’s … Continue reading

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The Judgment of the Gods

Yes, there were other gods, and yes, they were real beings.  This should be widely known, but it has become the work of a great many pulpits to obscure this fact.  Along with it is obscured the fact that the … Continue reading

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Refuting Don Preston on the Lord’s Supper

In the FAQ section of his Escatology.org website, minister Don Preston (who is a “Preterist”*) addresses the following question (see it online here): Question: If the Lord did come in A.D. 70, then should we partake of the Lord’s Supper? … Continue reading

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Parousia: Coming or Presence?

I intend to post an article here regarding the question posted in the title.  Many Preterists argue that the word “parousia” as used in several of the Bible texts was meant to convey a model in which Jesus’s “Second coming” … Continue reading

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