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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.
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.
In July, 2012 Dr. Don K. Preston of “The Preterist Research Institute” (PRI) sponsored a conference dealing with prophecy and eschatology, in which a debate was held featuring himself and Joel McDurmon from American Vision (a Gary DeMar ministry). This was an excellent conference, with featured speakers William Bell of All Things Fulfilled Ministries, Rod MacArthur – Pastor of Church of Auburn, and Stephen Temple – Author of “Mother of Harlots,” who each spoke on Friday morning through the afternoon.
The Thursday and Friday evening featured event included the exchange between Dr. Preston and Joel McDurmon. Each man gave affirmative and negative presentations in support of their view, or in opposition to their opponent. Joel McDurmon argued for the future return of Jesus and an attendant Resurrection of the Dead, while Dr. Preston argued for the preterist view of an AD70 fulfillment of the coming of the Lord and Resurrection. Then, in the highlight of the conference, Dr. Preston and Joel engaged in a lively and spirited Q&A session Saturday morning which lasted almost three hours! This was a very enlightening exchange and one that you will definitely want to see and hear!
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.