Preturist interpretation I could go along with the Preturist view except using comparative scriptures...these things are clear;
1. Mark 13 vs 26 And then shall they see the Son of man coming in the clouds with great power and glory.
27 And then shall he send his angels, and shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from the uttermost part of the earth to the uttermost part of heaven.
Sorry guys- this has never been documented.
Also the parallel passages refer to Jerusalem being surrounded by armies composed of all nations ( not just Rome as per the Preturist view) Zechariah 14.
The 4 th temple ( futurist)
2 thess 2 vs 4
4 Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is god.
This will be a political spiritual duo.
Eisegesis (1] is the process of interpreting a text or portion of text in such a way that it introduces one's own presuppositions, agendas, or biases into and onto the text
Great encouragement. Blessed be the Lord for saving and delivering this man from such a bondage! What an encouragement for us: we can take courage to speak to sinners about Christ, because there is salvation and deliverance in Him!
Interesting, but . . . Have to disagree about the use of the word Charity in 1 Corinthians 13. Charity is correctly rendered as Christian love in the AV, and is therefore more precise than the general term "love". The general term "love" even creates a contradiction in context with the passage itself."Love" (agapao) can have many meanings. For example: And this is the condemnation, that light has come into the world, and men loved (agapao) darkness rather than light, for their deeds were evil (John 3:19). Charity is always used in the KJV as it pertains to Christian love and, therefore correctly, in 1 Cor 13.
NO! Too many reject the AV and the TR Reformation text on the basis of a 'Thus saith Dan Wallace' or a 'Dr James White' as their final authority or due to the satanic undermining of the AV by heretics such as Peter Ruckman and other extreme King James Only'ists.
There is much more to be considered than the views of the above, whether good men or heretics!
Why not hear this sermon series and see if those who prefer the Gold standard that is the Authorised Version do so with sound reasoning. This sermon is most instructive and I look forward to hearing more.
Also consider the series and some of Dan Wallace's strawman reasoning and why we need wisdom before we quote another experts supposed scholarly understanding. Understand why you reject the AV before following any trend to do so: http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=92513844468
Great Sermon! Just when I almost was ready to give up my search for a faithful church not an entertainment club to satisfy my hunger for the rightly divided word of truth I tuned in to this sermon. May God continue to bless your ministry and give you continued wisdom in His magnificent and Holy word.
A day is an evening and a morning I told my niece, a ph.D. in Biology from Stanford that if she would read just the first chapter of the Bible from a scientific point of view, I would read a book by a so-called Christian Evolutionist/Scientist. God knew that man would someday argue about a day being an eon or an era. In the day or days of Noah means an era, like we say, "Back in the day", meaning "old school", when we were little kids. Noah's Ark was a cute little story. Someday, all men will be able to trace their dnA and find out which one of Noah's three sons was their direct ancestor. Many Christians have skipped over the part that says the world was watered with a mist. It's important to read the part of Genesis that says PLAINLY and CLEARLY that the deluge of water came from beneath the surface of the earth. The continents were smaller. Land masses turned completely sideways or flipped. The earth was mostly tropical. That's why evidence of warm climate plants are found in Alaska. The more we learn, the more that the Bible is proven from a scientific point of view. Isn't that wonderful? - It's a huge thing to start a conversation with, "There was no rain before Noah started entering the ark." Many people will say, "What?" I had to find a new church because a young pastor preached "God directed evolution."
Great encouragement Thank you p-r Hamilton for preaching the truth.I and my husband started to listen to you a year ago. We are retired missionaries and your teaching has been an inspiration to us every time.
May the Lord continue to use you for His glory....
A comment by Maurice Roberts is in order here. "Let it be stated emphatically however, that the worst course of actions possible among Christians would be to sink all our differences under a misguided belief that unity is the most important thing of all. Unity without truth is a unity under the headship of Satan, not of Christ.....Truth is sacred. It is more precious than life. Its claims are greater than all other claims. A man must die, if necessary, in defense of the truth. But it would hardly be his duty to die for unity." Amen, Dr. Roberts!! Overemphasis on unity is becoming an infectious disease in the reform camp. And it apparently it is spreading. I strongly believe that revival will be the remedy to stop this disease in its tracks. May we be found worthy to bring such a large petition before Him, for the sake of His beloved church. Thank you Pastor Hamilton for your faithfulness.
I don't know if mentioning this minister's name will keep this comment from being posted, but no matter. I find the fact that this minister would hold to this position of Jesus being an "ecumenical separatist" soul plumetting. I learned much regarding study and preaching from the very series that he has posted on SermonAudio. As was well stated by Rev. Hamilton, Jesus did not work alongside the unconverted that He ate and drank with or the Pharisees whom he constantly contended with. Christ's use of their synagogues does in no way constitute or imply any form of ecumenism. Unscriptural ecumenism within evangelicalism (reformed and non-reformed) has made me sad in that it has unnecessarily stirred up a hornet's nest and has badly divided the Lord's people over the past eighty years or so. It is very disappionting to see him legitimize this kind of an ecumenism by giving it a roll in the church. In case he hasn't noticed, true separatists do get out in the open and preach the Gospel. It seems now that the priority has become unity at a pastoral level, and not faithfulness to truth.
Amen & thank you Pastor Hamilton for highlighting how "...the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God...". The Lord wants the purity of His church protected and situational ethics need not come into the picture.