We previously addressed an article on GotQuestions.org called, “What is dominion theology / theonomy / Christian reconstructionism?” in which the authors had described us as “clearly unbiblical” and “a great threat to biblical Christianity.” I am happy to report that some positive changes have occurred because if that article. (Thank you to those readers who […]
Harold Camping is at it again. He is predicting that an eschatological “end” will take place in 2011. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that “Camping, 88, has scrutinized the Bible for almost 70 years and says he has developed a mathematical system to interpret prophecies hidden within the Good Book. One night a few years ago, Camping, a civil engineer by trade, crunched the numbers and was stunned at what he’d found: The world will end May 21, 2011.”
What dispensationalists think preterists believe usually is not true. There are several misconceptions about preterism that are commonly spread by dispensational scholars. Gary tackles the subject to give you a better understanding of how preterism is supported by Bible prophecy.
Gary debates the dispensational views of Bible prophecy. Dispensational scholars have said the burden of proof is on the preterists, but as Gary demonstrates, it’s quite the other way around.
In our theological controversy with our dispensationalist brethren, one of the most common arguments is this: “I am a dispensationalist, I believe in the rapture, and that we live in the end times, the great apostasy is upon us, the Antichrist is soon to be revealed, but that doesn’t mean we sell everything and go out and sit on a hill waiting for that day, doing nothing.”