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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 believe Fulfilled Eschatology must alter, change, or otherwise redefine the majority of words, phrases, audience relevance, time statements, and personal pronouns in these scriptures that speak directly about the Last Days/End Times.

Futurist (Unfulfilled) Eschatology, or Fulfilled Eschatology?

The A.R.T.S. of F.E.A.R. Challenges A or B

Again, A.R.T.S. of F.E.A.R. stands for (The Audience Relevance and Time Statements of Fulfilled Eschatology and Accomplished Redemption)

Eschatology Challenge: A) Matthew 21:23 to Matthew 24:34
Eschatology Challenge B) Matthew 24:1 to Matthew 24:34

Considering either of these 2 sections of scripture, which view must alter, change, or otherwise redefine the majority of words, phrases, audience relevance, time statements, and personal pronouns in these scriptures that speak directly about the Last Days/End Times; Futurist (Unfulfilled) Eschatology, or Fulfilled Eschatology?

These challenges accomplish 4 goals:

  1. They prove Futurist Eschatology requires the majority of interpretation, yet often accuses Fulfilled Eschatology of this tactic. (Projecting)
  2. They prove Fulfilled Eschatology and Accomplished Redemption were 1st century truths and not events yet to occur in our own future.
  3. They destroy Traditional, Institutional and/or Organized Christianity’s False Gospel and False Last Days/End Times 2,000 year old scam.
  4. They disprove Judaic, Christian, and Political Zionism as Biblical Prophecy.

If you believe Fulfilled Eschatology alters the majority of words, phrases, audience relevance, time statements, and personal pronouns in these scriptures that speak directly about the Last Days/End Times more:

Please contact me: myinnereye@live.com to schedule a debate. We are bringing this message to the world and welcome the opportunity to present the scriptural truth of the matter.

We extend a special invitation to all leaders of the Christian faith as it is the responsibility of such to bring to their flock, only the Biblical Truths.

We wish this challenge to be presented to any/and all persons persuaded that Biblical Armageddon and accompanying events, are yet unfulfilled. We would like this to be presented in every Church, House of Worship or Fellowship Hall, within Christianity.

We wish this challenge to go forth to Laymen/women, Pastor, Priest, Apostle, Prophet, Evangelist, Bishop, Cardinal, Elder, Deacon or Pope. The time has come for Realized, Fulfilled or Accomplished Eschatology and Salvation to be taught from every Pulpit and mouth of all who claim Christ.

Please read the challenge carefully before responding, as most shoot from the hip before realizing the focus of this Test. Television, Radio, Internet or Live; I will face any/and all futurist Christian challengers, no one excluded.

This challenge has stood undefeated for nearly 7 years, why?

Because most who read carefully, recognize that the premise of this challenge can not be proven wrong, and this conclusion is not based on fiction, theory, conjecture, speculation, hypothesis, or any logical fallacy!

Anyone wishing to accept this challenge, and debate me on its validity, let me know if you’d like to schedule a debate on either Paltalk – Talkshoe – Blogtalk. I’ll let you pick the place, time, date, and moderator; and I’ll even use whichever English translation of the Bible you so desire.

1 view; either Fulfilled Eschatology, or Futurist Eschatology, MUST alter, change, or redefine the majority of words, phrases, audience relevance, time statements, and personal pronouns in these scriptures that speak directly about the Last Days/End Times.

While many within the various schools of thought of Futurist Eschatology use projecting (accusing your opponent of what you are guilty of) I will demonstrate each and every time that those who espouse futurist eschatology MUST alter, change, or redefine the majority of words, phrases, audience relevance, time statements, and personal pronouns in these scriptures that speak directly about the Last Days/End Times.

While unfortunate, many approach this challenge from the wrong premise, and for the wrong reasons. Many begin believing this is about proving one view to be Biblical and correct, while discrediting the other view. While I certainly believe that careful examination of the words, phrases, audience relevance, time statements, and personal pronouns in these scriptures that speak directly about the Last Days/End Times, do conclusively validate Fulfilled Eschatology, and concurrently discredit the Futurist view; and given that I even note this within the body of text in this challenge proposal, this is not the point, nor premise that needs to be addressed.

Again, the CHALLENGE ITSELF is specifically noted as follows:

I challenge ANY believer of Futurist (Unfulfilled) Eschatology to disprove “its premise“

There’s the challenge I am presenting; and it’s just that simple. This challenge is about the validity of the premise itself.

In nearly 7 years that this challenge has existed; and given that literally hundreds of people have argued endlessly that they could dismantle this easily, to date, only 2 have actually attempted to do so in a live debate.

Sadly, most people believe text conversations in social networks are debates (and each person is debating their points/views, etc…) I refer to an actual debate, where people get together and speak; although I would prefer face to face debates, internet chat rooms will have to suffice for now.

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