SORT BY Relevancy
On this episode of G220 Radio intially we were going to begin a series on eschatology with taking a look at Dispensationalism. However that show was unable to happen during this week so I decided it would be muc better to first start this series with an introduction andevieof each end time position to give you a basic understanding ofsome of the differences in positions some Christians have when it comes to this topic.
So this will be a setup episode for future episodes that will get more in depth into these different views of the END TIMES!
You have probably heard about the controversy surrounding the "Four Blood Moons." Some popular teachers proclaim that these four blood moons represent the imminent coming of Christ. On a similar note, others online commentators are delivering some shocking messages pertaining to the return of Christ. In this episode, Pastor Brian will evaluate the "Four Blood Moon" teaching, will answer whether there is any validity to such popular prophetic codes, and will confront the issue of date-setting when it comes to the return of Christ (or "Extreme Eschatology"). Call in at (323) 784-9617.
RNC Chariman Reince Priebus at National Urban League Convention. What are Republicnans trying to do? Cartoon Network preparing to air a new sitcom, Black Jesus. It is insulting, to the christian community, the black community and should be stopped. Are you ready for hard conversations? Eschatoloty or End Times discussion with Gwen Morton, where will be talking about the biblical clock and impact on the world and America.
Voice your View 347-945-5229
Zechariah 12 presents is a discussion of two Jerusalem's which is often overlooked in the study of eschatology. Failure to see these two Jerusalem's creates a lop-sided view of Israel and over-emphasis on sensationalism inherent in futurist eschatology.
By a careful analysis of the text, both Jerusalem's come clear not only in identity but also in their mission and patterns so that they are distinguishable to the average reader without much effort. The text can be a challenge but with guidance it is definitely discipherable.
in The Bible
This week Larry Siegle takes listeners step by step through the "constituent elements" of Biblical Fulfillment. The four major "end-times" events are related to:
The Second Coming
Resurrection of the Dead
Day of Judgment
How do we determine what the Bible means and what steps can we take to be certain that we understand what Jesus and His apostles expected to occur during the "generation" that was predicted to witness the approaching "end of the age"? Find out this week on Fulfilled Dynamics Daily -- 5:00 PM (EST).
The salvation of Israel and judgment is key to the eschatology expressed in the Little Apocalypse of Isaiah 24-29. These are twin concepts which cannot be separated or dichotomized.
Thomas Ice says the achilles heel of fulfilled preterism in 70AD is that it only focused on judgment. This is not true. It is a false contrast, contradiction and dichotomy.
As Dr. Michael Brown admitted in his debate with Don Preston, the salvation and judgment of Israel occurred at the same time.
A growing number of scholars have observed that Israel's salvation would come through judgment.
Romans 11:27 and Isaiah 59 present a context of both salvation and judgment. To ignore the judgment context of Romans implies that Israel's judgment must continued until an alledge future return of Christ.
An additional point is that Israel would be saved in the same manner as the Gentiles, Acs 15. But the Gentiles did not obey the gospel until about 10 years after Pentecost. For that time, all Israel knew was the "Torah" gospal, i.e a gospel in which they did not yet fully understand was separate from the Law.
When Peter asked why tempt God by putting a yoke on the neck of the disciples which we were unable to bear, he is saying the Gentiles would not be burdened with the law as they were. But, he says more than this. He says they (Israel) would be saved in the same manner as the Gentiles.
How long would this continue? Until the fulness of the Gentiles had come in. If this salvation is not yet complete, then Old Covenant Israel's salvation is yet unfulfilled and their judgment has not yet occurred. This would continue until an alleged end of the world.
It also means Israel's law, Torah is yet in effect and will not be removed until the alleged future return of Christ. http://www.eschatology.org
in The Bible
Today join host Larry Siegle as he begins an investigation of the relationship between the Torah and the fulfillment of Bible prophecy. Was Torah designed to be the lasting solution to the problem of "sin and death" (Rom. 8:2), or did God has some greater purpose in mind? Are Christians TODAY still bound to observe "the law" and to "keep the commandments" while living under the New Covenant?
Fulfilled Dynamcs Daily --- with Larry Siegle @ 5:00 PM (PST) 8:00 PM (EST). You are invited to call the program and to be part of the discussion.
in The Bible
Be prepared to have your minds streched and spirits quickened! The panel will host Luther G. Williams & Derek Lambert as we delve into the fabric of the Holy scriptures an uncover the complexity of Gods soverign work from beginning to end, Genesis to Revelation. It is guaranteed that you will walk away perplexed at the depth of knowledge Luther will unfold. Prepare to dig deep and buckle up your seat belts! This is two hours you dont want to miss!
Join Host Live Chats
- BTR2451 (2 chatters)