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  • Was 1948 a critical point in Bible Prophecy? Learn why the answer is NO in this powerful little book! Only $6.95!

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  • Preston’s new book will be a great blessing to you, and will serve as an effective tool to equip you not only to understand the framework of the resurrection, but, it will equip you to answer those who deny the reality of resurrection life now.

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  • Amillennialists and Postmillennialists admit that AD 70 was an “end of the age” judgment coming of Christ. However, they claim that AD 70 was simply a foreshadowing, or type of the real end of the age, the end of human history. In this unprecedented book, prolific author Don K. Preston (D. Div.) thoroughly and completely examines and refutes this idea. Preston shows, with careful exegesis, sound hermeneutic, and persuasive logic, that AD 70 was not a foreshadowing of the real end, but was, in fact, the “final” end of the age.

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  • Learn the real truth about the “Battle of Armageddon.” $4.95
    Armageddon, just the word strikes fear into the hearts of many people. It is the final ultimate conflict. Is it just around the corner, or is it already in the past? Thanks to the Left Behind books, millions of honest believers are convinced that Armageddon is near! Even American presidents have stated their belief that we are the Armageddon generation!

    In this power packed, easy reading new book, Don K. Preston completely dispels the Left Behind, Armageddon theology, and shows that the “final conflict” occurred in the first century. Preston produces irrefutable, clear cut statements of scripture to prove his case. If you want solid, undeniable evidence about Armageddon, and confidence for the future, then you need Blast From the Past: The Truth About Armageddon!

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  • This powerful little book proves that when God used time words in his predictions, he used words that were understandable and able to be interpreted by man’s standards. Preston dismisses the myth that God spoke of time in “his” time language, and the whole idea that we should understand God’s timing in light of “one day is with the Lord as a thousand years.”
    This book qualifies for our Beginner in Preterism series.

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  • Elijah Has Come, A Solution To Romans 11:25

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  • Will the current age come to a cataclysmic end one day, or, has the “end of the age” already occurred? Will Jesus one day descend out of heaven as a 5′ 5″ Jewish man, in a physical body, or, was his coming in AD 70? Will there be a resurrection of human corpses out of the dirt, or, is that traditional view of resurrection misguided? Did Adam die the day he ate the forbidden fruit, just as God threatened, or not?

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  • Explore the exegetical arguments for the Covenant Body view of the resurrection, which dispels any idea of a future, physical body resurrection which so many Christians today expect and hope for.

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  • Explore the biblical language of “heaven and earth” while discovering how it was related to the Old Covenant world, and not the physical, natural cosmos! Only $5.95!

    This book qualifies for our Beginner in Preterism series.

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    Christ’s coming is to be “as a thief in the night” and this means that there could be no signs – so we are told. In contrast, Jesus’ first century judgment coming against Jerusalem was signaled by a host of signs. Thus, Christ’s Thief Coming is a major argument to prove that Jesus’ coming could not have been in the first century judgment of Old Covenant Jerusalem. But is this true? Is Christ’s Thief Coming a sign-less Rapture, while his Second Coming is indicated by signs? Are there actually two comings of the Lord predicted in the New Testament?

    In this important work, prolific author Don K. Preston proves that the traditional arguments about Jesus’ Thief Coming are not based on the solid reading of Scripture, but false assumptions. Preston shows, from clear-cut, positive statements of inspiration, that Jesus’ Thief Coming was to occur, in the first century, in the judgment of Old Covenant Jerusalem. This book dispels a lot of confusion, provides positive Biblical teaching, and helps the reader to better understand what Jesus meant when he said he was coming “as a thief in the night.” You do not want to be without this helpful and powerful book!

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  • Hebrews: Covenants in Contrast, A Study of the Hebrew Letter

    Excellent Summary of Hebrews
    By Gene Fadeley

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  • These 1st Edition copies are great for bulk ordering and handing out, now for only $10.95 each!

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  • In the New Testament, we are told that some people believed that the second coming already happened, yet, they were walking around on planet earth still! How is this possible? This book shows why the early Christians DID NOT expect an actual earth changing, cosmos transforming coming of the Lord. $4.95.

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  • Did the first century Christians get the relief from persecution that they were promised? Judgment was promised to come upon those people guilty of persecuting them, and those Christians were promised to get relief. When would this relief and judgment come? $3.95.
    This book qualifies for our Beginner in Preterism series.

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  • Is the rapture going to occur at any moment? Will it ever occur in our future? Leave the Rapture Behind and find out why this modern theory is completely debunked, for only $2.95!

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  • Now for only $19.95 you can discover the truth about the nature of the return of Christ. Was it supposed to be with a physical body, returning on literal clouds, to return to planet earth to rule on a new physical throne? Discover why the answer is a resounding NO!

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    Paul’s closing words to the Corinthians “Maranatha!” have caused a tremendous amount of speculation and interest. What precisely did he mean by that? In this important, intriguing and challenging new book, Holger Neubauer digs deep into the background of that term. He explores the connections between the coming of the Lord, the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies– and “the unity of the faith.” In addition, he discusses such topics as the passing of the Law of Moses, the fulfillment of the prophecies of Malachi- i.e. the coming of Elijah, and many more related topics. This book is chock full of intriguing and fascinating discussion that will help the reader to understand the beauty of God’s purpose to invite all men into fellowship with him, and demonstrate what it means to be united in Christ.

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  • A small price of $6.95 for the powerful information contained in this small book.

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  • Dispensationalism insists that the calling of the Gentiles into the Body of Christ was never a part of God’s original plan for Israel and the kingdom. It was never foretold by Israel’s prophets. We are told that the Jewish rejection of the kingdom offer resulted in the postponement of God’s dealings with Israel. At the rapture, God will remove the church from the earth and resume His exclusive dealings with Israel. We are told that the promises of God to Israel were not God’s promises to the Gentiles in the church and that it is critical to keep the two entities separate.

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  • One of the most common arguments in support of the doctrine of a physical resurrection is that Paul said he was a Pharisee. The Pharisees believed in physical resurrection, therefore, Paul must have believed in physical resurrection. Sounds logical, right? But, the argument is fatally flawed. Ask yourself: Why Did the Pharisees want to kill Paul for his doctrine of the Resurrection, if they believed in the resurrection like he did? In other words,

    If Paul and the Pharisees were in full agreement on the doctrine of the resurrection, why did they turn on him and seek to kill him for his doctrine of the resurrection? Just as the Pharisees initially welcomed Jesus’ message of the kingdom, they initially welcomed Paul’s affirmation of belief in the resurrection. So, why did the Jews turn on both Jesus and kill him and then seek to kill Paul? Do you kill someone for teaching what you do?

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  • If the Lord came in AD 70. Some contend it ceased, some, such as myself, believe that there is good justification for continuing the Supper. Not as a legalistic ceremony, but, as a memorial of the deliverance from death.

    The connection between the Passover and the Lord’s Supper is highly suggestive that the Supper was not intended to cease at the parousia, but rather, that the Supper would take on its true memorial meaning, of a celebration of fulfillment!

    Get this 6-Part Series on Mp3 for your own study and personal collection.

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  • For only $7.95, examine the evidence for Daniel’s 70 Weeks having first century fulfillment, which includes the time of sealing up all vision and prophecy (the charismata).

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  • Explore the evidence for the cessationist view of the charismata, which shows why the revelatory and charismatic gifts were temporary, and fulfilled in the first century. For only $15.95!
    This work analyzes charismatic claims to continuing prophetic revelation today. It does so by considering key charismatic texts in the New Testament. It shows by careful analysis of charismatic arguments that the gift of prophecy in the Apostolic church involved inspired revelation and that the gift ceased with the closing of the canon. It provides a special analysis of and rebuttal to the major arguments in Wayne Grudem’s important work, “The Gift of Prophecy in the New Testament and Today.”

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  • This book is an attempt to start from the basics in the study of eschatology (end time events). What did Jesus and his apostles mean when they says that the coming of the Lord “is at hand.” And what practical advice did they have for their audiences when they pressed the urgency and imminence of the Lord’s coming and the judgment? This book is an examination of the terminology, and a catalog of the various types of time statements found in the New Testament, as well as a commentary on critical issues of eschatology.

    Chances are, you will be amazed at how pervasive, how widespread, how emphatic and undeniable all of the time statements in the NT truly are!

    A must have book for any study of eschatology!

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  • The Elements Shall Melt With Fervent Heat, Don K. Preston, D. Div

    A common view of the world is that the earth is doomed to be destroyed. Did you know that many great Christian scholars through the ages have rejected that interpretation? Is it possible that Peter was not predicting the end of time, and the fiery destruction of the cosmos? Did you know that the Jews called the Temple at Jerusalem “heaven and earth?” Did you know that Peter was actually predicting the destruction of Israel’s Old Covenant “heaven and earth” in the horrible conflagration of A.D. 70?

     

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  • Few Bible students seem to be aware of the absolute necessity for the total fulfillment of the Law of Moses before it could pass. Most claim that Torah ended at the Cross. Jesus said that until every jot and every tittle of Torah was fully accomplished, not one iota of the Law would pass. But, the Law of Moses foretold the second coming of Christ and the resurrection! What this means is that Torah would endure until the Telos (the time of the end). In this first of a planned multi-volume series on the passing of the Law of Moses, Don K. Preston examines Matthew 5:17-18 in great detail, demonstrating the power and the implications of Jesus’ words “not one jot or one tittle shall pass from the law, until it is all fulfilled.” This book will drastically change the way you look at the Law of Moses and the doctrine of the end times!

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  • A debate on the time of the completion of Christ’s redemptive work, and the passing of the Law of Moses. Was Torah removed at the cross (per Simmons) or did the Old Testament remain valid until it was all fulfilled in AD 70 (per Preston). An important debate with implications crossing all denominational boundaries since all futurist eschatologies teach that the Law of Moses was abrogated at the cross. Yet, they then appeal to Torah for their eschatology!

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  • If you are tired of all the false predictions and failed expectations, this book is for you. If you want solid, logical, but above all Scriptural answers about the Last Days, this book is for you! If you want to face the future, liberated from fear, this book is for you!

    Don K. Preston is the author of several popular books on preterist eschatology, including Can God Tell Time (four reprints) and Who Is This Babylon? an acclaimed work on Revelation. HE is a popular speaker, radio host, and debater.
    This book qualifies for our Beginner in Preterism series.

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    The Meaning Behind The Manner
    A Covenant Understanding Of The Ascension Of Christ

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  • Now for only $17.95, explore the often misunderstood doctrine of “The Millennium” with author Joseph Vincent as he shows why this subject is not in reference to a far off future time, but was a period that belongs in the first century!

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  • Now for only $7.95, discover why dispensational theology is at odds with the New Covenant of Jesus, established 2,000 years ago. Will the Church enter a New Covenant in our future, or is it already living in the New Covenant now?

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  • For only $9.95, enjoy this debate between Don Preston and James Jordon as they tackle the tough issues surrounding the doctrine of “Resurrection” from a partial preterist vs. a full preterist standpoint.

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  • Hits: 91 In July of 2016, Dr. David Hester, professor at Faulkner University in Montgomery, Alabama, and Dr. Don K. Preston, president of Preterist Research Institute of Ardmore, Ok. engaged in a two night formal public debate on whether the resurrection was fulfilled in AD 70 (Preston), or will occur at the end of time …

    The Resurrection of the Just and the Unjust Future or Fulfilled A Formal Debate Preston v HesterRead More

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  • In this easy reading, very powerful and convincing book, Daniel Dery of The Institute of Fulfilled Prophecy, presents an effective, logical, exegetical case for a period of approximately 40 years for the transition from the Old Covenant to the New Covenant of Christ to be completed. You will be amazed at how clear – and undeniable – the Biblical testimony is on this issue!

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  • Jesus said the Gospel would be preached to all the world and then the end of the age would come. He set the time frame for all of this to happen within his generation. So why do modern theologians insist the Great Commission remains unfulfilled? Why do they insists the end of the age is future? Some go so far as to say the Bible cannot be trusted because Jesus’ prophecies were not fulfilled. Don Preston offers an examination of the Great Commission and its relationship to the “time of the end” in 70 A.D. Offering insights into the apostolic end-time harvest of Jews and Gentiles which Jesus and Paul gathered. Gain a fresh appreciation for world missions today by exploring Biblical eschatology.

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  • In this book the author attempts to reveal how the writer to the Hebrews declared the superiority of Jesus and the New Covenant over the Law and the Old Covenant. The key word in the book is the word “better”. He shows how Jesus and the New Covenant are far better than anything offered under the Old Covenant. Jesus came and offered that one perfect sacrifice that secured eternal redemption, something that the blood of bulls and goats could never provide. The approach to the book of Hebrews is from the perspective of fulfilled eschatology, also known as Preterism. It may sound strange to those that have always studied the Bible from the futurists viewpoint. If you approach the reading of this volume with the spirit of the Bereans in Acts 17:11 you will do me an honor and hopefully find the contents consistent with the Scriptures.

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  • When Don K. Preston’s first edition of Who Is This Babylon was introduced, it was called “ground breaking” and even “definitive” by scholars and laymen alike. Preston’s logical, analytical, and most of all textual approach to understand Revelation has helped thousands to better understand this enigmatic book. The book sold out quickly, and has been out of print now for a good while, as Preston continued his research, and also finished other pressing writing projects.

    Preston’s continued research has now resulted in a revised, enlarged, (100+ pages added!), and vastly improved second edition of Who Is This Babylon! If you profited from the first edition, you will be blown away with some of the new material in this new book! Here is a small sampling of what Preston has added to the new version of Who Is This Babylon.

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  • For only $9.95, learn the identification of “Babylon” in the Book of Revelation as the author provides a detailed explanation of the Old Testament use of the term “harlot” and shows why this is significant to a proper understanding of eschatology.

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