The Elements Shall Melt With Fervant Heat
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?
The Elements Shall Melt With Fervent Heat
The planet earth is doomed to be destroyed. At least that is what most prophecy teachers say. Human history is going to come to an end. At least that is what most prophecy teachers say. The very cosmos is going to be burned up, right down to the atomic elements. At least that is what most prophecy teachers say. 2 Peter 3 is the foundation text for the Christian belief that the “earth and the elements therein” will someday be consumed with fire.
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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!
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