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Olivet Discourse Fulfilled – A Short Film

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Julie’s Story: From Jehovah’s Witness to Preterist

Julie’s Story: From Jehovah’s Witness to Preterist

 So much can be learned from each other when we have the courage to share our stories. Here is Julie’s story about coming out of a Jehovah’s Witness background into a Fulfilled or Preterist view. Julie McAllen says: Under my previous religion, our message was not the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. OurContinue Reading

“Olivet Discourse in Covenant Perspective” Pt 2

This is the second part of my study “Olivet Discourse in Covenant Perspective.” It’s an overview of Jesus’ 13 signs of the End of the Age and their first century fulfillments. This is one of my favorite Bible studies because it is fascinating to see all that was fulfilled and that the worst is behindContinue Reading

“Olivet Discourse In Covenant Perspective” Study Video Pt 1

Here is a video introduction to a study I made called “The Olivet Discourse in Covenant Perspective”. This is video series a brief introduction of a 12-16 week Bible Study on the Olivet Discourse from a Covenantal or Fulfilled perspective. This study questions the traditional notion of the nature and timing of Jesus’ coming, itContinue Reading

Heaven, Earth, Sea in Temple Creation Sermon, Part 1

Here is a sermon (which we discussed afterwards) that I recently gave at our church. I’m splitting it up into a few parts.  Let’s start with the BIG picture of where we are in Biblical history. This is a timeline of Old Testament history in terms of Temples. Since we are reading through 1 Kings,Continue Reading

Did Jesus Say John Would Live To See His Coming?

The Gospel of John ends with an interesting twist. It ends with Jesus directing the gaze of Peter and John off into their futures and to how their deaths “would glorify God”. Peter, who denied Jesus,  would be crucified and die a martyr’s death. John, the Beloved disciple, the only one at the foot ofContinue Reading

Revelation and Time, part I

It is nearly universally accepted in Christianity that the first four chapters of the book of Revelation were addressed to their named recipients, the seven churches in Asia Minor. Most also affirm that they were fulfilled in the first century. What happens next, in many interpretations, however, is funny. Many traditions say that the bookContinue Reading

Galatians and the New Jerusalem

The other day at our church gathering, two friends and I talked about Galatians. They shared some thoughts about new perspectives on Paul, which are about a more Hebrew and contextual way of reading Paul than what has been typically done in Christianity. They asked us to try and understand Judaism on it’s own terms,Continue Reading