Can God Tell Time – Don K. Preston
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.
Understanding “time” from God’s perspective, and how he communicates to mankind is vital to understanding Bible Prophecy. Learn why in this powerful little book! $2.95.
Then Comes The End – Don K Preston$11.95Select options
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.
Journey Between The Veils$19.95Select options
Bondar takes us on a wonderful and challenging journey that is highly suggestive, helping the reader to see how the Biblical writers set forth the typological (i.e. prophetic) importance of the two veils of the old covenant temple, and how they related to the person, the work, and the body of Christ.
We Shall Meet Him in the Air$23.95Select options
This major work interacts with the leading opponents of Covenant Eschatology, i.e. preterism, Kenneth Gentry and Keith Mathison. This book is a powerful response and refutation of Gentry’s revised (2009) He Shall Have Dominion, and Mathison’s tome, From Age To Age, the Unfolding of Biblical Eschatology (2009). Preston carefully, logically and powerfully answers the critics. This material is not found anywhere else!