Mr Don Preston
Sam Frost says that the disciples (Matthew 24) were in fact asking about the end of he current, Christian Age!
Isaiah 26 posits the time of salvation at the coming of the Lord in judgment- and vindication of the martyrs
Isaiah 25 had some awful news for Jerusalem and the Temple-- but, some wonderful news as well!
Isaiah 24 foretold AD 70-- and it was a "bad news-V- Good News" prophecy!
How could Jesus call the impending destruction of the Temple "this gospel"?
Sam Frost turns the time line of Matthew 10:23 on its head!
We begin a look at Jesus' remarkable statement that the message of the coming judgment on Jerusalem was "good news."
The New Testament- as we confirm- is full of references to the first century reality of the "Great Apostasy."
When one examines the Apostasy and its connection to the Day of the Lord, how could anyone have believed that the day of the Lord had already come?
If the "Great Apostasy" occurred in the first century, Christ's parousia is fulfilled-- futurism is dead!
This is my first negative presentation in response to William Vincent. The subject of the debate is: Did Daniel 7:13-14 predict the Ascension of...
Sam Frost claims that all the faithful who died before Christ came went directly to heaven! This is patently false.