*****This challenge has been revised since the release of my "Last Days" book*****

 

If you’ve been taught wrong, you’ll teach wrong! Futurist Christian Eschatology is guilty of Projecting: Fulfilled Eschatology requires a minority of interpretation!
Futurist Eschatology requires a majority of interpretation, yet many of its adherents often accuse believers of Fulfilled Eschatology of this tactic.


The best baseline premise for Fulfilled Eschatology is as follows:

Fulfilled Eschatology uses a minority of altering, changing, and/or redefining of words, phrases, audience relevance, time statements, and personal pronouns in the scriptures that speak directly about the Last Days/End Times.

Conversely; Futurist (Unfulfilled) Eschatology can only be derived from scripture by altering, changing, and/or redefining the majority of words, phrases, audience relevance, time statements, and personal pronouns in the scriptures that speak directly about the Last Days/End Times.

I challenge ANY Christian believer of Futurist (Unfulfilled) Eschatology to disprove this premise!

The simple truth of and in Fulfilled Eschatology is this: 

I can demonstrate Fulfilled Eschatology from the Bible and not have to change, alter, or redefine one word.

An additional truth and fact is this: Futurist Eschatology can not be shown without altering, changing, and/or redefining the majority of words, phrases, audience relevance, time statements, and personal pronouns in these scriptures that speak directly about the Last Days/End Times

I therefore propose the following challenge to any Christian who believes Fulfilled Eschatology must alter, change, or otherwise redefine a majority of words, phrases, audience relevance, time statements, and personal pronouns in these scriptures that speak directly about the Last Days/End Times.

I've offered this debate for more than 12 years..............

Here it is; very simple.


This debate would be held in a chatroom where we can talk to each other over microphones.

Ever been on paltalk?

A chatroom website; thousands of chatroom, in all kinds of categories.

I can show you how to sign up for an account and how to use it.

I allow 90 minutes for the debate, usually another 30 minutes for a Q & A session at the end, so those in attendance can ask us both questions.

I ask 2 weeks notice.

YOU pick the date, time, which Bible version (English) we use for the debate, and YOU pick a moderator.

The debate text is Matthew 21:23 (Where/When Jesus enters the Temple) to the end of Matthew 25. (Parallel text from Mark 13 and Luke 21)

The Olivet Discourse, and Temple message, just prior to going over to the Mount of Olives, where he has a private meeting (No Pharisee, Sadducee, Multitudes, Chief Priests or Scribes) with Peter, James, John and Andrew.

You only get to quiz me on that text, and my beliefs about that text.
This debate is not about "Preterism" because I'm not an official spokesperson for a belief that has a multitude of variations, so I'm not the Preterist poster-boy.

You debate ME on what I believe; NOT what you've heard, read, or seen that other "Preterists" believe.

Here's the simple premise for this debate.


Who changes/alters and or redefines more word/phrases in the text, FROM how they appear on the page?


My affirmative: It is the Futurist who must change/alter and/or redefine a majority of; not only words and phrases, but audience relevance, time statements, and the personal pronouns involved in said verses.


A very simple challenge, with a limited amount of scripture, but is a condensed amount of "End Times" and/or "Last-Latter Days" scripture.


I'm not in the debate to change your mind, or to FORCE you into believing ANYTHING...................................I hold debates for those in attendance, and others who will listen to any podcast of it, later.


As this debate is about what each of us believe in reference to the subject text stated, you are not allowed to present other’s opinion, beliefs, documentation, referenced materials, etc…

 

No scholars, no theologians, no church fathers, no church creeds, no church councils, ecumenical decrees, or any other use of another’s beliefs, in our debate.

 

This is between you and me, and the text of Matthew 21:23 – 25:46 (with parallel references in Mark 13 and Luke 21)

 

This is the extent of what this debate offer involves.

 

If agreed to, we’ll get together to figure out the specifics, and time allotments for our respective affirmative and negative segments.

 

I await your response.


Email - myinnereye@live.com - Subject Line - Debate Challenge

 

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