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What's the Best Approach to Interpreting the Bible?

If you had to instruct someone on how to interpret the Bible, how would you go about doing it? There are many books on how to interpret the Bible. These books in and of themselves aren't bad, but the ordinary Christian is not going to spend time taking a hermeneutics course and studying these texts. […]

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Has the Gospel Been Preached in ‘All the World’?

This is my third and final critique of Ron Rhodes' book Jesus and the End Times. You can read my first two articles here and here. In brief commentary on Jesus and the Olivet Discourse, he states, “In the Olivet Discourse. Jesus prophesied that ‘the Good News about the Kingdom will be preached throughout the whole […]

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Does the martyrdom of Antipas in Revelation 2:13 support the late-date composition of Revelation?

FREE PDF eBook download of "Does the Martyrdom of Antipas in Revelation 2:13 Support the Late-Date Composition of Revelation?" One key argument in the debates over the interpretation of the book of Revelation is the date of its composition. Nearly all dispensationalists and other proponents of Last Days Madness and End Times Fiction demand the "late […]

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The Kingdom of Michael

From the Fourth Beast to the Kingdom of One Like a Son of Man [This article is an excerpt from Dr. Jordan’s excellent commentary on the book of Daniel, Handwriting on the Wall. For more of what follows you can find the book and ebook in our store, or join us with Dr. Jordan at […]

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The Early Church and Bible Prophecy

"The Early Church and the End of the World" by Gary DeMar and Francis Gumerlock asks this fundamental question: "What did the earliest of the early Christian writers actually believe about prophetic events?" We can only answer this question by studying what they wrote. Unfortunately, we do not have a complete record of the period. Many of their surviving works are only fragments of larger works no longer available to us. To make an historical investigation even more difficult, there are translation issues. Many of the works of those who wrote just before the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70 and beyond have not been translated into English.

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