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Resurrection for Don K. Preston Part 2


The Nameless Tower of Pakistan

Translated the "Land of the Pure" in Urdu and Persian.

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Resurrection for Don K. Preston Part 2

By Donald Perry

What is the Meaning of “Shortly Come To Pass” In Revelation 1:1?

by Don K. Preston
My friend Sam Dawson recently sent me an article penned by Wayne Jackson, of Stockton, California. Jackson has been an out-spoken critical of Covenant Eschatology, although he has never had the courage to engage in honorable debate on the subject. And this in spite of the fact that he has written articles in the past stating that there needs to be such discussions. Although various and multiple attempts have been made to get Jackson to debate me, he has adamantly refused. While he has never had the courage to engage in formal debate, he sometimes ventures to write an article condemning preterists as heretics, who abuse the scriptures. The article that he recently wrote on, “These things must shortly come to pass” is one such (failed) attempt to negate the time statements of scripture.

Don K. Preston Receives Honorary Doctorate

Don K. Preston, president of Preterist Research Institute, recently received one of the highest academic awards that can be given, when he was awarded a Doctor of Divinity degree by Dr. Stan DeKoven, president of Vision International University, of Romana, California. The award was given at graduation services for Vision International in Irving, Tx. June 26, 2010. There were an estimated 1000 people in attendance at the ceremony.

Don Prestons 5 Part Daleville, Alabama Lecture Series!!!

The complete audio collection of Don Prestons lecture series that he was originally going to deliver in Daleville, Alabama is now posted and available for download on one page.

It's no wonder more people don't debate Don Preston. 8)


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