Podcast audio version of episode 005 of the Theopologetics live YouTube stream, available for on-demand viewing at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VL0k76ekcR4
Podcast audio version of episode 001 of the Theopologetics live YouTube stream, available for on-demand viewing at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVEwZ8DQlgg.
My friend Dee Dee Warren joins me to discuss preterism, the Olivet Discourse, and her new book, It’s Not the End of the World! A Commentary on Matthew 24 and a Response to Pop Christian Theology.
Part 2 of my interview with Sam Frost, formerly a leading influential hyperpreterist, who joins me to talk about his amazing story and his upcoming book, Why I Left Full Preterism.
Sam Frost, formerly a leading influential hyperpreterist, joins me today to talk about his amazing story and his upcoming book, Why I Left Full Preterism. This episode contains part 1 of the interview; stay tuned for episode 101 for part 2.
James B. Jordan joins me to discuss how the symbolism of the book of Revelation supports a preteristic interpretation and points to an early date for its authorship.
Dr. Kenneth Gentry joins me to discuss preterism and the book of Revelation.
In Matthew 24:34 Jesus said, “Truly I say to you, this generation will not pass away until all these things take place.” The meaning of Jesus’ statement seem obvious, but most Christians in America today think He was saying something else. How is the phrase, “this generation,” used by Jesus and others in the Bible? And what impact does that have on Jesus’ words in the Olivet Discourse?
In this episode of the Theopologetics Podcast I play some calls I made in to the Stand to Reason radio show with Greg Koukl on the topic of preterism, hyperpreterism and skepticism, as a follow up to episodes 17 and 18 in which I interviewed Dee Dee Warren on the same topics.
In this episode of the Theopologetics Podcast I interview Dee Dee Warren on the claim made by skeptics of Christianity that Jesus was a false prophet, discussing how a proper biblical understanding of the “end times” turns the claim on its head. The interview spanned nearly 2 hours, so I’ve split it up into two parts. This episode contains the second half of the interview; see episode 17 for the first half.