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It is my hope that upon the conclusion of this volume the reader will have more insight as to why Jesus gave the Revelation to John, and it will give us more faith that He kept His promise. This should help us have faith that we can trust Jesus to deliver on every promise that He ever made!
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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, 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.
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?