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.
Christianity’s Great Dilemma$12.95Select options
John Glen Hill as he takes you through the major dilemma facing the modern church; unfulfilled prophecy and failed predictions by modern teachers. For only $12.95, Glenn dispels the myths taught by many in the modern churches today, and explains a number of topics to show why prophecy is in fact fulfilled, and not as modern teachers would have you believe.
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.
Can God Tell Time – Don K. Preston$2.95Select options
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.