Like Father Like Son – On Clouds of Glory – Mp3 Disc
Now for only $24.95 you can discover the truth about the nature of the return of Christ as narrated by Don K. Preston. 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!
Narrated by Don K. Preston
The nature of Christ’s coming is being hotly debated, at last. Did Christ predict a return in a literal fleshly body, as most modern believers suggest. Or, was Christ’s coming to be an event in which He would come in the same way His Father had come, many times, in the Old Covenant? The latter is the clearly stated truth, yet, this essential truth is greatly ignored by most Bible students today.
The preterist view of prophecy is growing rapidly, across all denominational boundaries. The Gordian Knot problem of the NT. time statements of the nearness of the end is unraveling in light of a better understanding of the nature of Christ’s parousia (presence). In short, Jesus did not promise to come back in a physical body! He promised to come as the Father had come, and that precludes a visible, bodily coming!
But, this convincing explanation is not welcome by all, and preterism is being labeled as heretical. Undaunted by such charges, Don K. Preston candidly confronts the leading critics of preterism today, responding in-depth to the writings of John MacArthur, Kenneth Gentry and others, showing that their paradigm is false, and that their accusations are misguided.
In this comprehensive and definitive work, Don K. Preston, shows with powerful, persuasive evidence, that Christ’s second coming was not to be a bodily, physical, visible, but a manifestation of His Sovereignty as He came, In the Glory of the Father!
- Audio Book: 30 tracks
- Publisher: JaDon Productions LLC
- Language: English
- Voice Over: Don K. Preston
AD 70 Shadow or Real End?$17.95Select options
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.
In Flaming Fire$3.95Select options
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.
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.