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Scripture Index


Genesis
Exodus
Leviticus
Numbers
Deuteronomy
Joshua
1 Samuel
1 Kings
2 Kings
1 Chronicles
2 Chronicles
Ezra
Nehemiah
Job
Psalms
Proverbs
Ecclesiastes
Song of Solomon
Isaiah
Jeremiah
Ezekiel
Daniel
Hosea
Joel
Amos
Jonah
Zephaniah
Zechariah
Malachi
Matthew
Mark
Luke
John
Acts
Romans
1 Corinthians
2 Corinthians
Galatians
Ephesians
Philippians
Colossians
1 Thessalonians
2 Thessalonians
1 Timothy
2 Timothy
Hebrews
James
1 Peter
2 Peter
1 John
Revelation

 

Genesis 1–2
Ground of Agreement: Genesis two overlaps Genesis one
Genesis 5:24
Q&A: In the case of Enoch
Genesis 7:1
Ch. 11: God says to Noah, "Come."
Genesis 7:1–10
Ch. 9: Noah took seven days to gather everything into the ark
Genesis 7:1–13
Ch. 11: Why a two-fold account of Noah's entering the ark?
Genesis 7:3
Ch. 11: to keep seed alive upon the face of all the earth
Genesis 7:4
Ch. 11: Noah knew the day the catastrophe would come
Genesis 7:4–10
Ch. 11: sounds like Noah entered the ark seven days before the flood
Genesis 7:11
Ch. 2: The Biblical month, therefore, is thirty days long
Genesis 7:11–16
Ch. 11: Noah actually entered the ark on the very day the flood began
Genesis 8:3–4
Ch. 2: 150 days are five months
Genesis 10:10
An Answer To Preterism: the land of Shinar is where literal Babylon is located
An Answer To Preterism: Babylon in Genesis, bookends of the Bible
Genesis 14:13
An Answer To Preterism: sometimes the Hebrew word (covenant) is translated "confederate"
Genesis 19:26
Ch. 9: Lot's wife represents those who hesitate
Genesis 21:27
An Answer To Preterism: a covenant is political or personal
Genesis 23:2
Ch. 3: "mourning" and "supplication" used of a believer
Genesis 25:24–30
Ch. 10: "Edom" means "red"
Genesis 25:25
Ch. 10: Red Sea is a different Hebrew word than "red" in Genesis 25:25
Genesis 29:27
Ch. 2: week refers to seven years

 

Exodus 11:6
An Answer To Preterism: uses uniqueness language
Exodus 12:18
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
Exodus 15:13, 16, 17
Twenty-Four Elders: song about yourself in third person
Exodus 23:16
Ch. 5: the end of barley harvest and the beginning of wheat harvest
Exodus 26:33
An Answer To Preterism: "most Holy" used in connection with Moses' tabernacle
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Exodus 26:34
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Exodus 29:37
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Exodus 30:10
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Exodus 30:29
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Exodus 30:36
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Exodus 34:12
An Answer To Preterism: a covenant is political or personal
Exodus 40:10
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament

 

Leviticus 2:3
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 2:10
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 6:17
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 6:20
An Answer To Preterism: "daily" and "offering" used in the same phrase
Leviticus 6:25
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 6:29
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 7:1
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 7:6
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 10:12
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 10:17
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 14:13
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 16:29–30
Ch. 3: fulfillment of the ancient Day of Atonement
Leviticus 16:33
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 21:22
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 23
Ch. 5: "last trumpet" and the feast of trumpets
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
Leviticus 23:39
Ch. 5: Feast of Tabernacles celebrated the completion of the ingathering
Leviticus 24:9
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Leviticus 27:28
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament

 

Numbers 4:4
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Numbers 4:16
An Answer To Preterism: "daily" and "offering" used in the same phrase
Numbers 4:19
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Numbers 10:1–10
Ch. 5: two trumpets of silver
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
Numbers 10:2–3, 7
Ch. 5: trumpets were blown to "gather" the people
Numbers 18:9
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Numbers 18:10
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Numbers 28:16–29:40
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
Numbers 29:6, 11, 16, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34, 38
An Answer To Preterism: "daily" and "offering" used in the same phrase

 

Deuteronomy 4:30
Ch. 3: a blend of passages tell one harmonious story about Israel's conversion
Challenge: If Israel repents, then will God keep His promises?
Deuteronomy 4:30–31
Ch. 3: prophecy of Israel's repentance
Deuteronomy 13:15
Q&A: the word "slay" means to kill utterly
Deuteronomy 16:13
Ch. 5: Feast of Tabernacles celebrated the completion of the ingathering
Deuteronomy 16:14
Ch. 5: The Feast of Tabernacles (Leviticus 23:34–44)
Deuteronomy 16:16
Ch. 5: the end of barley harvest and the beginning of wheat harvest

 

Joshua 9:6, 7, 11, 15, 16
An Answer To Preterism: sometimes the Hebrew word (covenant) is translated "league"

 

1 Samuel 15:18
Q&A: the word "slay" means to kill utterly

 

1 Kings 6:16
An Answer To Preterism: "most Holy" used in connection with Solomon's tabernacle
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
1 Kings 7:50
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
1 Kings 8:6
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
1 Kings 8:30, 13:29
Ch. 3: "mourning" and "supplication" used of a believer
1 Kings 16:29
An Answer To Preterism: Ahab reigned from Samaria, the capitol of the northern kingdom
1 Kings 18:4
An Answer To Preterism: some of the prophets were killed by Jezebel

 

2 Kings 2:11
Ch. 10: Elijah was taken by a whirlwind
Q&A: How did Elijah go up?

 

1 Chronicles 6:49
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
1 Chronicles 23:13
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament

 

2 Chronicles 3:8
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
2 Chronicles 3:10
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
2 Chronicles 4:22
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
2 Chronicles 5:7
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
2 Chronicles 6:18–21
An Answer To Preterism: at the temple dedication Solomon prayed
2 Chronicles 31:14
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament

 

Ezra 2:63
An Answer To Preterism: "most Holy" used in connection with Zerubbabel's tabernacle
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Ezra 3:8
An Answer To Preterism: coming unto the house of God before they laid the foundation

 

Nehemiah 7:65
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Nehemiah 9:13
An Answer To Preterism: when a mountain is named, that literal mountain is meant

 

Job 1:7–12
Q&A: Is Satan bound now?
Job 6:9
Q&A: the word "slay" means to kill utterly

 

Psalm 2:12
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Psalm 16
Ch. 4: Peter drew a resurrection implication from it
Psalm 45:14
Ch. 4: The virgins follow
Ch. 11: the bride's attendants
Psalm 50:3
Ch. 10: a fire shall devour before him
Psalm 58:9–10
Ch. 10: whirlwind
Psalm 69:9
An Answer To Preterism: the house of the Lord in David's time was still a tent
Psalm 90:4
An Answer To Preterism: "a thousand years in thy sight" match the words in 2 Peter 3:8
Psalm 97:3–5
Ch. 10: A fire goeth before him
Psalm 110
Ch. 10: He shall fill the places with dead bodies
Psalm 110:6
Ch. 10: linking the judgment and the winepress together
Psalm 118:10
An Answer To Preterism: Matthew quotes from this psalm of victory
Psalm 118:25
An Answer To Preterism: Matthew quotes from this psalm of victory
Psalm 118:26
An Answer To Preterism: Matthew quotes from this psalm of victory
Psalm 130:2
Ch. 3: "mourning" and "supplication" used of a believer
Psalm 138:2
Ch. 1: Thou has magnified thy word above all thy name
Psalm 143:1
Ch. 3: "mourning" and "supplication" used of a believer

 

Proverbs 1:27–28
Ch. 10: whirlwind
Proverbs 2:21–22
Ch. 10: the transgressors shall be rooted out of it

 

Ecclesiates 3:4
Ch. 3: "mourning" and "supplication" used of a believer

 

Song of Solomon 2:8–13
Fig Tree: the rapture in symbolic language

 

Isaiah 2:4
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do we still have wars and rumors of wars?
Isaiah 2:10–21
Ch. 7: pinpoints this time as the day of the Lord
Isaiah 2:11, 17
Ch. 5: The Lord alone shall be exalted in that day
Isaiah 2:17
Q&A: Some think that the day of Christ and the day of antichrist overlap
Isaiah 6:9–10
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 7:14
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 9:1–2
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 9:2–7
Ch. 6: view two aspects of Christ's coming as one
Ch. 11: seesaws back and forth between the two comings
Isaiah 9:16
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 11
Ch. 8: context associates the gathering with the beginning of the millennium
Isaiah 11:6–9
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do animals still eat each other?
Isaiah 11:9
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why doesn’t the knowledge of the Lord cover the earth?
Isaiah 11:12
An Old Commentary Sheds Light: Isaiah reveals that it is the gathering of Israel
Ch. 8: gather the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth
Ch. 8: united testimony of several passages on the order of gatherings
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Parallel passage
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
An Answer To Preterism: referred to in Matthew 24
Isaiah 11:4
Stronger View: parallel passage to 2 Thessalonians 2:8
Q&A: With the breath of His lips shall He slay the wicked
Isaiah 13–14
An Answer To Preterism: judgment upon localities
Isaiah 13:6–9
Ch. 5: travail at the end of the tribulation brings death
Isaiah 13:10
An Old Commentary Sheds Light: Isaiah and Matthew parallel each other
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
An Answer To Preterism: referred to in Matthew 24
Isaiah 14:15
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 15–16
An Answer To Preterism: judgment upon localities
Isaiah 17
An Answer To Preterism: judgment upon localities
Isaiah 18
An Answer To Preterism: judgment upon localities
Isaiah 19:1
An Answer To Preterism: cloud coming is the judgment coming upon Egypt
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Isaiah 19:21
Ch. 3: Egypt shall know the Lord in that day
Isaiah 22:22
Open Door: "key of David"
Isaiah 23
An Answer To Preterism: judgment upon localities
Isaiah 24:20
Days Shortened: The earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkard
Isaiah 25:8
Ch. 7: victory over death at the end of the tribulation
Ch. 7: occurs in a pre-millennnial context
Isaiah 26:16–17
Ch. 3: Israel's travail and spiritual birth
Isaiah 26:19
Ch. 5: resurrection before the millennium
Isaiah 26:20
Ch. 7: when the Lord returns from heaven after the tribulation
Isaiah 26:21–27:1
Ch. 7: when the Lord returns from heaven after the tribulation
Isaiah 27
Ch. 8: context associates the gathering with the beginning of the millennium
Isaiah 27:1
Ch. 8: after the "serpent" is dealt with
Isaiah 27:12–13
An Old Commentary Sheds Light: Isaiah reveals that it is the gathering of Israel
Ch. 5: the trumpet and the gathering of Israel after the tribulation
Ch. 8: gathering of Israel to Jerusalem
Ch. 8: united testimony of several passages on the order of gatherings
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Parallel passage
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
An Answer To Preterism: referred to in Matthew 24
Isaiah 29:13
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 29:18–19
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 34:3–8
Ch. 10: the Lord thrusts into Bozrah, the capital of Edom
Isaiah 34:4
An Old Commentary Sheds Light: Isaiah and Matthew parallel each other
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
An Answer To Preterism: referred to in Matthew 24
Isaiah 34:5–6
Ch. 10: my sword shall be bathed in heaven
Isaiah 34:15
Ch. 10: there shall the vultures also be gathered
Isaiah 35:5–6
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 37:36
Q&A: the word "slay" means to kill utterly
Isaiah 40:3
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 40:3–5
Ch. 6: view two aspects of Christ's coming as one
Isaiah 40:22–24
Ch. 10: whirlwind
Isaiah 42:1–4
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 43:4
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Isaiah 45:4
Ch. 8: Israel is called the "elect"
Isaiah 49:14–16
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Isaiah 49:22
Ch. 8: other nations assist the Israelites in their gathering to the land
Isaiah 51:6
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Isaiah 53:4
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 54:7–10
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Isaiah 56:7
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
An Answer To Preterism: Isaiah speaks of a house future to his time
Isaiah 60–66
Ch. 3: context for Isaiah 64: Israel during the tribulation
Challenge: read the last seven chapters of Isaiah
Isaiah 60:3
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 61:1–3
Ch. 6: view two aspects of Christ's coming as one
Isaiah 62:4
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Isaiah 63:1–6
Ch. 10: The classic Old Testament passage on the winepress
Ch. 10: the blood will be splattered all over His garment
Isaiah 64:1
Ch. 3: a blend of passages tell one harmonious story about Israel's conversion
Isaiah 64:1, 6
Ch. 3: prayer of repentance
Isaiah 65:9
Ch. 8: Israel is called the "elect"
Isaiah 65:17
An Old Commentary Sheds Light: Isaiah illuminates the meaning of "this generation"
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
An Answer To Preterism: referred to in Matthew 24
An Answer To Preterism: the promise of a new heaven and new earth in 2 Peter 3:13 comes from Isaiah 65:17
Isaiah 65:17, 20
Ch. 6: reverses the order
Isaiah 65:20
Seven Reasons: subjects with natural bodies
Ch. 3: people live longer in millennium
Isaiah 66:1
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
Isaiah 66:8
Ch. 3: Israel's travail and spiritual birth
Isaiah 66:15–17
Ch. 10: the Lord will come with fire
Isaiah 66:20
Ch. 8: other nations assist the Israelites in their gathering to the land
Isaiah 66:22
An Old Commentary Sheds Light: Isaiah illuminates the meaning of "this generation"
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Matthew cross-references
More Light: cross reference to Matthew 24:34–35
An Answer To Preterism: referred to in Matthew 24
An Answer To Preterism: Jesus in Matthew 24 points to Isaiah
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture

 

Jeremiah 3:1
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Jeremiah 3:1, 8, 14, 20
Ch. 4: Israel also is the bride
Jeremiah 18:13
Ch. 11: Israel is called a "virgin"
Jeremiah 23:19–20
Ch. 10: whirlwind
Jeremiah 25:30–33
Ch. 10: a great whirlwind shall be raised up
Jeremiah 30:4–7
Ch. 5: The "travail" of Israel during the tribulation brings life
Ch. 7: Israel is expressly told that they will be in that time
Jeremiah 30:6–7
Ch. 3: Israel's travail and spiritual birth
Jeremiah 30:7
Ch. 7: he shall be saved out of it
Ch. 12: time of Jacob's trouble
Jeremiah 30:23–24
Ch. 10: a continuing whirlwind
Jeremiah 31:3
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Jeremiah 31:28
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Jeremiah 31:35–36
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Jeremiah 32:42
Ch. 3: promises literally fulfilled
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Jeremiah 33:9
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Jeremiah 33:20–21
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Jeremiah 33:25–26
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Jeremiah 49:7–22
Ch. 10: the noise thereof was heard in the Red Sea
Jeremiah 49:21
Ch. 10: Red Sea ("Reed Sea") is the same word translated "weeds" in Jonah 2:5
Jeremiah 50–51
An Answer To Preterism: Jeremiah distinguishes Babylon from Jerusalem
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Jeremiah 50:4–5
Ch. 3: supplications in view of a new covenant to be made in Jerusalem
Jeremiah 51:49
An Answer To Preterism: compared to Revelation 18:24
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture

 

Ezekiel
Twenty-Four Elders: four beasts similar to cherubim, guardians of God's glory
Ezekiel 5:9
An Answer To Preterism: uses uniqueness language
Ezekiel 20:38–43, 36:24
Ch. 3: remorse and regret the reason for mourning
Ezekiel 41:4
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Ezekiel 42:13
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Ezekiel 43:12
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Ezekiel 44:13
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Ezekiel 45:3
An Answer To Preterism: "most Holy" used in connection with Ezekiel's tabernacle
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Ezekiel 47:1–5
Ch. 10: cleansed by the river from the sanctuary in Jerusalem
Ezekiel 48:12
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament

 

Daniel 2
An Answer To Preterism: Nebuchadnezzar’s image: the first is Babylon, the last is Rome
Daniel 2:44
An Answer To Preterism: culmination of the prophecy about Gentile kingdoms
Daniel 6:10
An Answer To Preterism: God heard Daniel pray toward the sanctuary
Daniel 7:11
Q&A: the beast was slain, and his body destroyed
Daniel 7:13
An Answer To Preterism: direction of this cloud coming is not earthward
Daniel 7:24–27
An Answer To Preterism: The ten kings arise before the three-and-one-half-year period
Daniel 8:11
An Answer To Preterism: finds fulfillment in Zerubbabel's rebuilt temple
Daniel 8:11–14
An Answer To Preterism: similar desolation, similar cleansing, as chapter 9
Daniel 8:13
An Answer To Preterism: four places mention the taking away of the daily sacrifice
An Answer To Preterism: a foreshadowing "abomination of desolation"
An Answer To Preterism: the "abomination" passages are temple related
An Answer To Preterism: twin events of the 70th week
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Daniel 9:3
An Answer To Preterism: God heard Daniel pray toward the sanctuary
Daniel 9:17
An Answer To Preterism: Daniel's prayer precipitates Gabriel's prophecy of the seventy weeks
An Answer To Preterism: God heard Daniel pray toward the sanctuary
Daniel 9:24
An Answer To Preterism: culmination of the prophecy outlining the future for the Jewish nation
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
An Answer To Preterism - Appendix: Most Holy as Used in the Old Testament
Daniel 9:24–27
Ch. 2: calculated the very day which ended Daniel's 69 weeks
An Answer To Preterism: is there a gap in the 70 weeks of Daniel?
An Answer To Preterism: with preterist interpretation in parentheses
Daniel 9:25
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Daniel 9:25–27
An Answer To Preterism: two princes and one covenant
Daniel 9:26
An Answer To Preterism: the "desolation" of the city and the sanctuary
An Answer To Preterism: applies to Herod's reconstructed temple
An Answer To Preterism: the people of the prince that shall come
An Answer To Preterism: places the cutting off of Messiah after 69 weeks
An Answer To Preterism: notice the wording of a time indicator
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Daniel 9:27
Ch. 2: in the midst of the week
Ch. 2: abomination of desolation splits seven years in half
Ch. 2: seven years are sliced in half
Ch. 2: reveal the time in several different ways
Days Shortened: abomination of desolation
Ch. 3: antichrist betrays them at the middle of the tribulation
Ch. 11: the covenant between antichrist and Israel
An Answer To Preterism: Jesus points us back to Daniel
An Answer To Preterism: a future "abomination of desolation"
An Answer To Preterism: the "abomination" passages are temple related
An Answer To Preterism: culmination of the prophecy outlining the future for the Jewish nation
An Answer To Preterism: twin events of the 70th week
An Answer To Preterism: will happen in the tribulation temple
An Answer To Preterism: futurists and preterists have opposite views about this covenant
An Answer To Preterism: we would expect them all three "he's" to refer to the same person
An Answer To Preterism: futurists believe the covenant starts the week
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Daniel 11:21, 22, 28
An Answer To Preterism: prince of the covenant, vile person, against the holy covenant
Daniel 11:21–23
An Answer To Preterism: the prince of the covenant refers back to chapter 9
Daniel 11:21, 23
An Answer To Preterism: a league implies political alliances
Daniel 11:31
An Answer To Preterism: four places mention the taking away of the daily sacrifice
An Answer To Preterism: a foreshadowing "abomination of desolation"
An Answer To Preterism: the "abomination" passages are temple related
An Answer To Preterism: twin events of the 70th week
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Daniel 12
Ch. 8: "time, times, and an half" (1260 days), 1290 days, and 1335 days
Daniel 12:1
Ch. 7: promise of protection in the tribulation for Jewish saints
Twenty-Four Elders: warns Israel of the great tribulation
Challenge: If Israel repents, then will God keep His promises?
Daniel 12:1, 10
Ch. 7: Israel is expressly told that they will be in that time
Ch. 7: a few will be converted earlier
Daniel 12:2
Ch. 5: resurrection before the millennium
Ch. 5: plainly teaches a resurrection
Ch. 7: resurrection of Old Testament saints occurs after the tribulation
Daniel 12:4
Ch. 2: Daniel was temporarily sealed
Daniel 12:6
Ch. 2: unto the end, the last three and one-half years
Daniel 12:6–10
Ch. 2: The wise shall understand
Daniel 12:6–13
Ch. 11: the angel understood how long it was
Daniel 12:7
Ch. 2: a time, times, and an half
Ch. 2: reveal the time in several different ways
Ch. 5: 1260 days (a time, times, and an half)
Days Shortened: defines the 1260 days in terms of years
Days Shortened: scatter the power of the holy people
Daniel 12:7, 11, 12–13
Ch. 8: harmony chart in parallel columns
Daniel 12:10
Ch. 7: That period has a purpose for tribulation saints
Ch. 7: saints during the tribulation will experience trial
Purpose of Rapture: the trial brings them to faith
Ch. 11: Antichrist will get you to disbelieve
Ch. 12: The winnable are won, while the disobedient are hardened
Daniel 12:11
Ch. 2: 1290 days
Ch. 2: the abomination as the beginning of the countdown
Ch. 2: Day One is the abomination
An Answer To Preterism: four places mention the taking away of the daily sacrifice
An Answer To Preterism: a future "abomination of desolation"
An Answer To Preterism: the "abomination" passages are temple related
An Answer To Preterism: twin events of the 70th week
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Daniel 12:12
Ch. 5: 1335 days
Daniel 12:13
Ch. 5: Daniel's resurrection is at the end of the days
Ch. 7: When is Daniel's resurrection?
Ch. 8: the last of these dates is Daniel's resurrection

 

Hosea 2:7, 19, 20
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Hosea 3:5
Challenge: If Israel repents, then will God keep His promises?
Hosea 5:15
Seven Reasons: Israel gets saved just before the end
Ch. 3: the time of Israel's repentance
Ch. 3: a blend of passages tell one harmonious story about Israel's conversion

 

Joel 2:11
Ch. 5: "Great" is merely a description of the day
Joel 2:28
Ch. 7: The church entered into the promise about 2000 years early
Joel 2:28–32
Ch. 3: a pouring out of the Spirit afterward
Ch. 11: not to be fulfilled until the millennium
Joel 2:31
Ch. 5: sun and moon turned to darkness and blood before the day of the Lord
Ch. 5: "Great" is merely a description of the day
Joel 3:2, 12–14
Ch. 10: the valley of decision
Ch. 10: linking the judgment and the winepress together
Joel 3:12–13
Ch. 7: Let us put his explanation alongside Revelation 14:14–20
Joel 3:13
Ch. 8: the harvest at the end of the tribulation
Q&A: Why is the rapture not mentioned in Revelation?
Joel 3:14
Ch. 5: The day of the Lord is near in the valley of decision

 

Amos 5:20
Ch. 3: day of the Lord is very dark
Amos 8:9
Ch. 2: I will cause the sun to go down at noon
Days Shortened: I will cause the sun to go down at noon
Amos 9:9
Ch. 3: God will sift them as wheat
Amos 9:11
Ch. 3: promises literally fulfilled
Amos 9:11, 15
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart

 

Jonah 2.5
Ch. 10: Red Sea ("Reed Sea") in Jeremiah 49:21 is the same word translated "weeds" in Jonah 2:5

 

Zephaniah 3:8–13
Ch. 3: after the return of Christ, a post-salvation experience
Zephaniah 3:9
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium

 

Zechariah 1:16–17
An Answer To Preterism: measuring means protection, not destruction
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 2:1–5
An Answer To Preterism: measuring means protection, not destruction
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Zechariah 2:5
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 2:7–8
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 2:8
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Zechariah 2:12
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 3:8–9
Ch. 3: after the return of Christ, a post-salvation experience
Zechariah 3:9
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 4:9
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 5:5–11
An Answer To Preterism: transports the base of wickedness to Babylon
Zechariah 6:15
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 8:3
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 8:8
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 8:22
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 9:1
An Answer To Preterism: Zechariah 9:1 refers to a geographical location
Zechariah 9:9–10
Ch. 6: view two aspects of Christ's coming as one
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 10:6
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 12
Ch. 3: How does God bring about her repentance?
Ch. 3: verse 10 comes after the return of Christ
An Answer To Preterism: two themes: siege and salvation
Zechariah 12–14
An Answer To Preterism: Zechariah’s heading for this section
Zechariah 12:1–2
An Answer To Preterism: Jerusalem Means Jerusalem
Zechariah 12:2
Ch. 3: a blend of passages tell one harmonious story about Israel's conversion
Zechariah 12:2, 9
Ch. 10: the armies descend upon Jerusalem
Ch. 10: After the armies assemble, they converge on Jerusalem
Zechariah 12:8–9
Ch. 3: destroy all the nations that come against Jerusalem
Zechariah 12:10
Ch. 3: the timing doesn't work out
Ch. 3: happens after the return of Christ
An Answer To Preterism: they mourn Him as a result of looking upon Him
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 12:10–13:1
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
Zechariah 13:1
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon
Zechariah 13:1–4
An Answer To Preterism: in that day
Zechariah 13:7–14.2
An Answer To Preterism: the scattering of the people
Zechariah 13:8–9
Ch. 3: two-thirds of the Israelites will be killed
Ch. 7: If ..., then multiply 144,000 by three
Zechariah 13:9
Ch. 12: produce the spiritual restoration of the nation
Zechariah 14:2
Ch. 3: Jerusalem is overrun
Ch. 3: only half of the population remains
An Answer To Preterism: Jerusalem will be overrun yet again
An Answer To Preterism: middle of the future tribulation period
Zechariah 14:3–5
An Answer To Preterism: these things did not happen in 70 AD
Zechariah 14:4
Ch. 10: the mount of Olives, which is before Jerusalem on the east
An Answer To Preterism: directional indicators tell us which Jerusalem is in view
Zechariah 14:5
Ch. 10: Instead of a shelter, the valley may be a trap
Zechariah 14:8
Ch. 10: cleansed by the river from the sanctuary in Jerusalem
An Answer To Preterism: the valley harmonizes with the river route
Zechariah 14:10
An Answer To Preterism: the valley is consistent with other topographical changes
Zechariah 14:12
An Answer To Preterism: the plague on the armies and animals
Zechariah 14:15
An Answer To Preterism: the plague on the armies and animals
Zechariah 14:16–17
An Answer To Preterism: Jerusalem means Jerusalem
Zechariah 14:16–19
Seven Reasons: many nations in the millennium
Ch. 3: unbelievers during the millennium
Ch. 3: many nations populate the millennium
Zechariah 14:21
An Answer To Preterism: different destinies for Jerusalem and Babylon

 

Malachi 3:1–4
An Answer To Preterism: the ultimate goal is the anointing of the temple
Malachi 3:1–5
Ch. 3: after the return of Christ, a post-salvation experience
Ch. 6: view two aspects of Christ's coming as one
Malachi 4:1
Seven Reasons: all unbelievers are destroyed
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Stronger View: Total and sudden
Malachi 4:5
Ch. 5: Elijah the prophet must come before the day of the Lord

 

Matthew 1:17
An Answer To Preterism: "generation" refers to a life span
Matthew 1:22
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 2:1–2
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 3:3
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 4:14
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 4:14–16
Ch. 6: fulfillment of Isaiah 2
Matthew 4:17
Ch. 6: the kingdom of heaven is at hand
Matthew 5:17–18
Ch. 2: Even God cannot change God's Word
Matthew 5:34–35
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 6:10
The Kingdom: The Lord's prayer: Thy kingdom come.
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do we still say the Lord’s prayer?
Matthew 8:17
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 11:5
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 11:14
Ch. 5: partially fulfilled in John the Baptist
Ch. 6: if they believed, there would have been only one coming
Matthew 11:23
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 12:17–21
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 13
Seven Reasons: unbelievers are taken first
Ch. 8: tares first, wheat second
Ch. 8: united testimony of several passages on the order of gatherings
What Church: the field is the world
Matthew 13:14–15
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 13:30
Ch. 3: separation in the time of harvest
Ch. 8: opening verse: Gather ye together first the tares
Ch. 8: the order of separation applies to "the time of harvest"
Matthew 13:30, 40–42, 49
Ch. 8: harmony chart in parallel columns
Matthew 13:38
Ch. 7: Compare with Revelation 14:16
Matthew 13:39
Ch. 8: harvest is the end of the world, reapers are the angels
Matthew 13:41
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Seven Reasons: all unbelievers are destroyed
Matthew 13:43
Ch. 8: after the harvest the righteous shine in the kingdom
Matthew 13:49
Ch. 8: sever the wicked from among the just
Matthew 14:15–18
An Answer To Preterism: sudden event, easily recognizable
Matthew 15:7–8
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 15:14
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 16:18
What Church: I will build my church
Matthew 16:21–23
An Answer To Preterism: disciple thought Jesus should not be killed
Matthew 16:27–28
An Answer To Preterism: passage to support their view of "this generation"
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Matthew 17:11–13
Ch. 5: partially fulfilled in John the Baptist
Matthew 21:8–9
An Answer To Preterism: what they recently said a few days prior
Matthew 21:13
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
An Answer To Preterism: quoting Isaiah, my house shall be called the house of prayer
Matthew 22:30
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do we still get married?
Matthew 23:26
An Answer To Preterism: "generation" refers to a life span
Matthew 23:34–35
An Answer To Preterism: compared to Revelation 18:24
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Matthew 23:38
An Answer To Preterism: in context Jesus speaks of the destruction of the temple
Matthew 23:39
Seven Reasons: Israel gets saved just before the end
Ch. 3: the time of Israel's repentance
Ch. 3: a blend of passages tell one harmonious story about Israel's conversion
An Answer To Preterism: an overlooked time text
Matthew 24
Ground of Agreement: "after the tribulation of those days"
Ch. 2: the icing on the cake to my whole argument
Days Shortened: context in Matthew 24 offers another solution
Ch. 5: principle of progressive revelation
Ch. 6: genuine signs unlike 2 Thessalonians 2
Ch. 6: the Judeans have instructions for when they see the abomination
Matthew 24:1
An Answer To Preterism: disciples show buildings of temple
Matthew 24:2
An Answer To Preterism: not left one stone upon another
An Answer To Preterism: in context Jesus speaks of the destruction of the temple
Matthew 24:3
Ch. 8: the end of the world is at the end of the tribulation
Ch. 11: the disciples asked Jesus their questions
An Answer To Preterism: disciples ask three questions
An Answer To Preterism: the disciples ask about His coming
Matthew 24:6
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do we still have wars and rumors of wars?
Matthew 24:6–8
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do we still have earthquakes?
Matthew 24:9
Ch. 7: a few will be converted earlier
Matthew 24:11
An Answer To Preterism: false prophets compared to Zechariah 13:2
Matthew 24:14, 31, 38, 39
An Answer To Preterism: personal coming with worldwide effects
Matthew 24:15
Ch. 2: abomination of desolation
Ch. 2: the abomination "standing"
Ch. 2: whoso readeth, let him understand
Ch. 2: When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation
Days Shortened: abomination of desolation
An Answer To Preterism: the one thing Jesus told us to understand
An Answer To Preterism: the final abomination also will happen in the temple
An Answer To Preterism: the command to flee foreshadows
An Answer To Preterism: Jesus places the central event of the 70th week future to His time
Matthew 24:15–16
Ch. 2: the moment of fleeing, the abomination of desolation
Seven Reasons: clear starting point
An Answer To Preterism: similarities and differences with Luke 21
An Answer To Preterism: signal to flee is different than Luke 21
An Answer To Preterism: take care when matching Scripture with Scripture
Matthew 24:15–18
Ch. 2: a natural signpost from which to date the return of Christ
Ch. 9: escape at the midpoint of the tribulation
Q&A: applies "that day" to a mid-tribulation event
An Answer To Preterism: the past fleeing foreshadows the future fleeing
Matthew 24:15–21
Ch. 2: believers immediately flee for their lives
Ch. 7: persecution upon believers is a part of the great tribulation
Ch. 9: "day" includes the abomination of desolation
Matthew 24:16
Days Shortened: the fleeing of Israel
Matthew 24:21
Twenty-Four Elders: warns Israel of the great tribulation
An Answer To Preterism: the distress foreshadows the tribulation
Matthew 24:22
Seven Reasons: shortened days
Ch. 2: And except those days should be shortened
Days Shortened: for the elect's sake those days shall be shortened
Matthew 24:27
"shineth" is the same Greek word "appear"
Matthew 24:28
Seven Reasons: "Body" means "corpse"
Ch. 9: eagles gather at the end of the tribulation
Ch. 9: nails down the time pretty tightly
Matthew 24:29
Seven Reasons: after the tribulation
An Old Commentary Sheds Light: cluster of Isaiah references
Ch. 2: Doesn't Matthew 24:29 plainly say "after the tribulation"?
Ch. 5: sun and moon turned to darkness and blood after the tribulation
Stronger View: comparing Revelation 6:12–13, after the tribulation
Ch. 7: these events occur after the tribulation
Ch. 10: places signs of Revelation 6 after the tribulation
Ch. 10: Christ returns during the sixth seal
Ch. 11: That time-setting governs the illustrations which follow
An Answer To Preterism: refers to Isaiah
Matthew 24:29–30
Ch. 2: His coming "immediately after the tribulation."
Matthew 24:29–31
Ch. 4: Is this gathering the rapture? That's implication.
Matthew 24:30
Ch. 3: all tribes of the earth mourn
An Answer To Preterism: preterists believe that already has been fulfilled in 70 AD
An Answer To Preterism: "See" means to see with our eyes
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Matthew 24:30–31
Ch. 3: Let's test this timing
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Does this parallel Thessalonians?
Matthew 24:31
An Old Commentary Sheds Light: cluster of Isaiah references
Ch. 5: Paul did not received his revelation from these words of Jesus
Ch. 5: comparison of Matthew 24:31 with Isaiah 27:12–13
Ch. 8: angels reaping at the end of the tribulation
Ch. 8: first Christ comes then He gathers the elect
Ch. 8: united testimony of several passages on the order of gatherings
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
An Answer To Preterism: refers to Isaiah
Matthew 24:32–33
Ch. 11: What does the fig tree represent?
Fig Tree: similarities and differences to Song of Solomon 2:8–13
Matthew 24:33
"see" emphasizes knowing and understanding
Matthew 24:34
An Answer To Preterism: passage that rules preterist interpretation
Matthew 24:34–35
An Old Commentary Sheds Light: cluster of Isaiah references
Ch. 11: What does "this generation" mean?
More Light: cross reference to Isaiah 66:22
An Answer To Preterism: refers to Isaiah
An Answer To Preterism: Jesus in Matthew 24 points to Isaiah
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Matthew 24:35
Ch. 11: My words shall not pass away
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 24:36
Seven Reasons: known day and unknown day
Ch. 2: But of that day and hour knoweth no man
Hour: Which meaning applies?
Days Shortened: how can the day be unknown?
Ch. 11: concluded in an unexpected way
Ch. 11: If only the Father in heaven knows the day and hour
Matthew 24:37
Ch. 11: opening verse: So shall also the coming of the Son of man be
Matthew 24:37–39, 42
Ch. 11: riddle about Noah
Matthew 24:37, 39, 42, 44
An Answer To Preterism: worldwide effects follow a personal coming
Matthew 24:37–42
Ch. 11: a strange incongruity
Matthew 24:37–25:13
Ch. 11: tribulation illustration and church application
Matthew 24:39
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Chart of Isaiah cross-references
Matthew 24:40–41
Ch. 11: Who is the one taken? Who is the one left?
Matthew 24:42
Ch. 2: There remains a day unknown to believers
Matthew 24:43
Ch. 11: Some know when the thief will come
Matthew 24:43–44
Ch. 11: riddle of the goodman
Matthew 24:44
Seven Reasons: known day and the unknown day
Ch. 2: There remains a day unknown to believers.
Ch. 2: umbrella verse
Hour: Which meaning applies?
Days Shortened: in such an hour as ye think not
An Answer To Preterism: pre-tribulation view creates maximum readiness
Matthew 24:45–51
Ch. 11: a faithful servant and an evil servant
Matthew 24:51
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Matthew 25:1–13
Ch. 4: the background of the parable of the virgins
Ch. 4: the virgins are tribulation saints
Ch. 11: riddle of the virgins
Matthew 25:10
Ch. 4: The setting of this parable is after the tribulation
Matthew 25:12
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Matthew 25:13
Ch. 2: opening verse: ye know neither the day nor the hour
Ch. 2: does it mean that tribulation saints cannot know the day?
Ch. 2: a known day and an unknown day
Ch. 2: There remains a day unknown to believers
Hour: Which meaning applies?
Ch. 11: concluded in an unexpected way
Matthew 25:14–30
Ch. 11: the servants and the talents
Matthew 25:30
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Matthew 25:31
Ch. 6: finds a gap of 1000 years
Matthew 25:31–33
Ch. 10: where do the "goats" come from?
Matthew 26:2
Ch. 4: is betrayed: example of futuristic present
Matthew 26:29
Ch. 4: time of the wedding feast
Ch. 8: the kingdom of the Father in the millennium
Matthew 27:45
Hour: example of a literal hour
Matthew 27:52–53
Ch. 7: Christ arose, along with other believers in Jerusalem
Matthew 28:18–20
Ch. 11: time was needed to fulfill the Great Commission

 

Mark 7:14
An Answer To Preterism: "ignorant" means "escape notice" or "be hidden"
Mark 8:38–9.1
An Answer To Preterism: passage to support their view of "this generation"
Mark 9:1–3
Ch. 4: Jesus was seen in dazzling white on the mount
Mark 12:18–27
Ch. 4: Resurrection in the Old Testament is another implication
Mark 13
An Answer To Preterism: Mark parallels Luke's questions and Matthew's answers
Mark 13:3
An Answer To Preterism: neither Luke nor Matthew heard the Olivet Discourse
Mark 13:14
An Answer To Preterism: abomination of desolation will stand where it "ought not"
Mark 13:20
Seven Reasons: shortened days
Days Shortened: He hath shortened the days
Mark 13:22
Ch. 11: even the believers are almost deceived
Mark 13:27
Ch. 8: first Christ comes then He gathers the elect
Ch. 8: united testimony of several passages on the order of gatherings
Mark 13:32
Ch. 11: includes the Son as being ignorant of that day
Mark 13:32–37
Hour: The word means "season"
Mark 13:33
Days Shortened: ye know not when the time [season] is
Mark 13:34–37
Ch. 11: double reference
Mark 14:37–38
Ch. 5: Couldest not thou watch one hour?" What did He mean?
Mark 16:13–14
An Answer To Preterism: disciples did not expect Jesus to rise from the dead

 

Luke 1:3
An Answer To Preterism: Luke likes to set things in order
Luke 1:17
Ch. 5: partially fulfilled in John the Baptist
Luke 4:16–21
Ch. 6: Jesus broke off in the middle of an Isaiah reading
Luke 8:47
An Answer To Preterism: "ignorant" means "escape notice" or "be hidden"
Luke 9:26–27
An Answer To Preterism: passage to support their view of "this generation"
Luke 9:54
Q&A: and consume them, even as Elias [Elijah] did
Luke 11:2
Ch. 7: Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in earth.
Luke 12:35–40
Ch. 11: tribulation illustration and church application
Luke 12:36
Seven Reasons: return from the wedding
Ch. 4: opening verse: return from the wedding
Ch. 4: prove pre-tribulationism from one verse
Ch. 4: why place the wedding before the end?
Ch. 4: both presenting a certain order of wedding events
Ch. 4: Some post-tribulationists have asked for one verse
Ch. 11: double reference
Q&A: why do some translations read "wedding feast"?
Luke 12:37
Ch. 4: earthly lord illustrates the heavenly Lord
Luke 12:39
Ch. 7: tribulation saints will know the hour
Ch. 11: If the goodman of the house had known what hour
Luke 12:40
Ch. 4: applies this to the coming of the Son of man
Luke 13:35
An Answer To Preterism: an overlooked time text
Luke 16:22–24
Q&A: the bosom of Abraham, the tip of Lazarus' finger
Luke 17
Stronger View: total destruction on the same day
Ch. 11: flood represented Christ's return after the tribulation
Ch. 11: made the time clear
Luke 17:22–37
Ch. 9: further proof of the order of gatherings
Luke 17:24
Stronger View: Total and sudden
Luke 17:26–31
Ch. 11: the day that Noah entered into the ark
Luke 17:27
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Luke 17:27–30
Seven Reasons: all unbelievers are destroyed
Luke 17:29
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Q&A: are the rapture and the day of the Lord the same day?
Luke 17:30–31
Ch. 11: views the seven years as one day
Luke 17:31
Q&A: applies "that day" to a mid-tribulation event
Luke 17:32–33
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Luke 17:34
Ch. 9: opening verse: one shall be taken, and the other shall be left
Luke 17:34–36
Ch. 10: before Christ's return people are peacefully working or sleeping
Ch. 10: all the wicked shall be taken away after the tribulation
Q&A: How can some be peacefully working or sleeping when
Luke 17:34–37
Seven Reasons: corpses for vultures
Luke 17:35
Ch. 10: where is the one taken to?
Luke 17:36–37
Ch. 10: Where are the wicked taken?
Luke 18:8
An Answer To Preterism: will he find faith on the earth?
Luke 18:31
An Answer To Preterism: word study on "all things written."
Luke 19:41–44
Ch. 2: calculated the very day which ended Daniel's 69 weeks
Luke 19:43–44
An Answer To Preterism: siege without salvation
An Answer To Preterism: contrasted to Zechariah 13:7–14:2
Luke 21:7
An Answer To Preterism: disciples don't explicitly ask about His coming
Luke 21:11–25
An Answer To Preterism: verse 25 continues the thought of verse 11 after parenthetical portion
Luke 21:12–24
Ch. 11: generally agreed to have double reference
Luke 21:20–21
An Answer To Preterism: the past fleeing foreshadows the future fleeing
An Answer To Preterism: similarities and differences with Matthew 24
An Answer To Preterism: signal to flee is different than Matthew 24
An Answer To Preterism: take care when matching Scripture with Scripture
Luke 21:22–23
An Answer To Preterism: the distress foreshadows the tribulation
Luke 21:24
Ch. 11: Some claim the recapture of Jerusalem was a fulfillment
An Answer To Preterism: siege without salvation
Luke 21:28
Ch. 2: looking that is postponed and conditional
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
Luke 21:29
Ch. 11: actually referring to "all the trees"
Luke 21:31
Ch. 11: the fig tree signals the kingdom of God, not the pre-trib rapture
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
An Answer To Preterism: how does "this generation" fit in the context?
Luke 21:31–32
An Answer To Preterism: future aspect of the kingdom
Luke 21:32–33
An Answer To Preterism: passage converging with Matthew
Luke 21:36
An Answer To Preterism: hesitate to support a pre-tribulation rapture from this verse
Luke 22:31–32
Ch. 7: Satan hath desired to have you
Luke 24:25–27
Ch. 6: distinguishing the two aspects of Christ's coming
Luke 24:44
An Answer To Preterism: word study on "all things written."

 

John 2:1–12
Ch. 4: wedding feast that Christ attended at Cana
John 2:16–17
An Answer To Preterism: the temple standing at the time of Jesus
John 2:20
An Answer To Preterism: Herod's reconstructed temple
John 3:29
Ch. 11: The "friends of the bridegroom" are Old Testament saints
John 4:35
Ch. 8: harvest of men's souls going on right now
John 5:28–29
Ch. 6: pre-millennialists see a gap between two resurrections
John 6:40
Q&A: Why does John 6 say that the resurrection is at the last day?
John 10:24–25
Ch. 4: Another implication is one that Jesus gave concerning Himself
John 14:2–3
Is John 14:3 the Rapture? where will He take us?
John 17:15
Ch. 7: that thou shouldest keep them from the evil
Ch. 7: what is the object of "keep from"?
Ch. 7: take them out of the world
Ch. 7: Jesus asks prior separation—even stronger—from the devil
Ch. 7: possible to be separated from the evil one while still in the world
Ch. 7: prior separation from the devil
Greek Prepositions and Revelation 3:10: chart of Greek words
John 17:5
Ch. 11: The Son's ignorance was temporary while upon this earth
John 20:9
Ch. 4: Peter knew not the Scripture. What Scripture?
John 21:18–19
Ch. 11: Time was needed for Peter to grow old and die

 

Acts 1:6–7
Ch. 5: "times and seasons," the Messianic kingdom after the tribulation
An Answer To Preterism: disciples expected the kingdom to be restored to Israel at that time
Acts 1:7
Hour: "Seasons" is the same Greek word as "time" in Mark 13:33
Acts 1:9
Q&A: How did Christ ascend to heaven?
Acts 1:9–11
Ch. 8: Into which heaven were the men gazing?
An Answer To Preterism: explicitly explains the manner of His coming again
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Acts 1:11–12
An Answer To Preterism: the same mountain that the feet of Jesus last touched
Acts 2
Ch. 5: The Feast of Weeks, or Pentecost (Leviticus 23:15–22)
Ch. 11: what Biblical support did Peter offer for speaking in tongues?
Acts 2:1–4
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
Acts 2:17
Ch. 7: The church entered into the promise about 2000 years early
Acts 2:20
Ch. 5: sun and moon turned to darkness and blood before the day of the Lord
Acts 2:25–31
Ch. 4: Peter drew a resurrection implication from Psalm 16
Acts 3:21
Ch. 8: Whom the heaven must receive until the times of restitution
Acts 6:13
An Answer To Preterism: "holy place" means the holy place in the temple
Acts 12:5
Ch. 7: Peter therefore was kept in prison
Acts 17:1–10
Ch. 5: Thessalonians were only a few months old in the faith
Acts 18:11
Ch. 5: Corinthians had an entire year and a half of Paul's teaching
Acts 20:19
Ch. 7: The word "temptation" is used for persecution of believers
Open Door: "temptation" and "tribulation" include persecution
Acts 26:26
An Answer To Preterism: "ignorant" means "escape notice" or "be hidden"
Acts 28:15
Purpose of Rapture: time between the meeting and the escorting

 

Romans 3:24
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
Romans 8:22
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, then why do we still have earthquakes?
Romans 8:23
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
Romans 9:3
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Romans 9:27
Challenge: Who is the "Israel of God"?
Romans 10:17
An Answer To Preterism: reading these Scriptures builds faith
Romans 11
Challenge: Hath God cast away His people? God forbid.
Romans 11:1–2
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Romans 11:5
Challenge: Who is the "Israel of God"?
Romans 11:29
An Answer To Preterism: what’s driving the Lord, a peek inside His heart
Romans 16:5
Ch. 7: Epaenetus was "the firstfruits of Achaia unto Christ"

 

1 Corinthians 1:7–8
Ch. 6: encourage us in view of the post-tribulational coming
1 Corinthians 1:30
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
1 Corinthians 3:16
An Answer To Preterism: the church is the temple of God and anointed by God
1 Corinthians 5:6, 7, 13
Ch. 8: commands to expel false members in the church
1 Corinthians 5:7
Ch. 5: The Passover Feast (Leviticus 23:4–5)
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
1 Corinthians 5:8
Ch. 5: The Feast of Unleavened Bread (Leviticus 23:6–8)
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
1 Corinthians 6:3
Twenty-Four Elders: we shall judge angels
1 Corinthians 7:29
Ch. 2: the time has been shortened
1 Corinthians 11:26
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do we still take the Lord’s supper?
1 Corinthians 12:13
Ch. 12: one baptism
1 Corinthians 13:8
Ch. 11: Historically, tongues have ceased
1 Corinthians 13:12
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why hasn’t faith become sight?
1 Corinthians 15:8
Ch. 5: Paul was the "last" to see Christ
1 Corinthians 15:12, 29
Ch. 5: even believers did not believe in a resurrection
1 Corinthians 15:20
Ch. 5: The Feast of Firstfruits (Leviticus 23:9–14)
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
1 Corinthians 15:23
Ch. 5: "firstfruits" alludes to the feasts of Leviticus 23
1 Corinthians 15:24–26
Ch. 10: His enemies literally become His footstool
1 Corinthians 15:26
Ch. 7: The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death
1 Corinthians 15:50
Ch. 3: flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God
1 Corinthians 15:51
Ch. 4: (against partial rapture) we shall all be changed
Ch. 5: we all will be raptured, looking or not, ready or not
1 Corinthians 15:51–53
Ch. 3: immortal bodies
1 Corinthians 15:52
Ch. 4: Is the last trumpet the seventh trumpet of Revelation? That's implication.
Ch. 5: trump of 1 Thessalonians 4:6 identified as the "last trump"
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
Q&A: we shall be changed in the twinkling of an eye
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do I still have my earthly body?
1 Corinthians 15:54
Ch. 7: victory over death

 

2 Corinthians 1:21–22
An Answer To Preterism: the church is the temple of God and anointed by God
2 Corinthians 5:20
Ch. 6: the word "by" used in adjuration
2 Corinthians 6:16
An Answer To Preterism: the church is the temple of God and anointed by God
2 Corinthians 11:2
Seven Reasons: The wife is the church
Ch. 4: we are betrothed or engaged
Ch. 11: the church is called a "virgin"

 

Galatians 1:7, 3:1, 4:17, 5:10, 5:12, 6:12–13, 6:17
Challenge: Who is the "Israel of God"?
Galatians 1:12
Ch. 5: God normally gave revelation directly to Paul
Galatians 1:16
Ch. 6: His revelation through the person of Paul
Galatians 3:28
Ch. 7: There is neither Jew nor Greek
Galatians 4:26
An Answer To Preterism: directional indicators tell us which Jerusalem is in view
Galatians 5:14
Ch. 12: opening verse: All the law is fulfilled in one word
Galatians 6:16
Challenge: Who is the "Israel of God"?

 

Ephesians 1:7
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
Ephesians 1:14
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
Ephesians 1:17–21
Ch. 12: Christ is above all other power in the universe
Ephesians 2:8–10
Ch. 11: a way of readiness for those already saved
Ch. 12: a faith that brings salvation apart from any works that we do
Ephesians 4:1–16
Ch. 12: two kinds of unity, unity of the Spirit and unity of the faith
Ephesians 4:30
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why is it still possible to grieve the Holy Spirit?
Ephesians 5:31–32
Seven Reasons: The wife is the church
Ephesians 6:17
Ch. 10: dynamic power of His spoken Word

 

Philippians 1:6
Ch. 6: encourage us in view of the post-tribulational coming

 

Colossians 1:13
An Answer To Preterism: present aspect of kingdom
Colossians 1:14
An Answer To Preterism: when the present aspect of the kingdom began
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
Colossians 4:3
Open Door: Paul asks the church to pray for a door of utterance

 

1 Thessalonians 1:5
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
1 Thessalonians 1:10
Ch. 5: introductory preview to chapters 4 and 5
1 Thessalonians 2:1
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
1 Thessalonians 2:5
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
1 Thessalonians 2:9
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
1 Thessalonians 2:10
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
1 Thessalonians 2:11
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
1 Thessalonians 2:12
Ch. 5: Paul's point is our living, walking worthy of God
1 Thessalonians 3:3
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
1 Thessalonians 3:3–4
Ch. 5: patience in tribulation which already came to pass
1 Thessalonians 3:4
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
1 Thessalonians 3:13
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Does this refer to Matthew?
1 Thessalonians 4
Ch. 6: the rapture is our means of salvation from wrath
1 Thessalonians 4:2
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
1 Thessalonians 4:6
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
1 Thessalonians 4:13
Ch. 5: we learn not to sorrow as unbelievers
An Answer To Preterism: Greek word resembles our English word "ignorant"
1 Thessalonians 4:13, 15
Ch. 5: The lone exception to this pattern
1 Thessalonians 4:13–14
Ch. 5: Of what were they ignorant?
1 Thessalonians 4:13–18
Ch. 5: Paul omits the time of the rapture
Ch. 5: different Greek word for "sleep"
Ch. 6: does "the falling away" refer to something he wrote months ago?
Open Door: resurrection happens at the same time as the rapture
1 Thessalonians 4:14
Ch. 5: The emphasis is on "those who sleep"
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? those who died in the Lord
1 Thessalonians 4:14, 17
Ch. 5: 5:10 describes our salvation in terms of rapture
1 Thessalonians 4:15
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Does this refer to Matthew?
1 Thessalonians 4:15–16
Ch. 5: Paul stresses the order as he describes the rapture
1 Thessalonians 4:16
Ch. 5: trump identified as the "last trump" in 1 Corinthians 15:52
1 Thessalonians 4:16–17
Ch. 3: rapture described
Is Matthew 24:31 the Rapture? Does it parallel Matthew 24:31?
1 Thessalonians 4:17
Ch. 4: (against partial rapture) we which are alive
Ch. 5: the conclusion is directed at the fact, not the order, of resurrection
Ch. 5: we all will be raptured, looking or not, ready or not
Purpose of Rapture: Post-tribs have inferred from the word "to meet"
1 Thessalonians 5
Ch. 6: they knew perfectly that the day of the Lord brought sudden destruction
1 Thessalonians 5:1–2
Ch. 5: the times and the seasons
1 Thessalonians 5:1–10
Ch. 5: chart showing progression of thought
1 Thessalonians 5:1–11
Ch. 5: The subject is the day of the Lord
Ch. 5: How can we watch?
1 Thessalonians 5:2
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
Ch. 5: a thief in the night
1 Thessalonians 5:3
Seven Reasons: all unbelievers are destroyed
Ch. 3: opening verse: they shall not escape
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Ch. 5: sudden destruction
Ch. 5: peace and safety
Ch. 5: travail
Stronger View: Total and sudden
Q&A: Some think that the day of Christ and the day of antichrist overlap
Q&A: How can some be peacefully working or sleeping when
1 Thessalonians 5:6
Ch. 5: opening verse: Therefore ... watch
Ch. 5: we learn not to sleep as unbelievers
Ch. 5: "watch" is the opposite of "sleep"
1 Thessalonians 5:6–8
Ch. 5: explains the meaning of "watch" in this context
1 Thessalonians 5:8
Stronger View: this wrath brings sudden and total destruction
1 Thessalonians 5:9
Ch. 5: the wrath of the day of the Lord after the tribulation
1 Thessalonians 5:9–10
Ch. 5: our hope of salvation is the rapture
Ch. 6: this passage alludes back to the rapture
1 Thessalonians 5:10
Ch. 5: conclusion is directed at the fact of resurrection
Ch. 5: the identical word is translated "wake"
1 Thessalonians 5:11
Ch. 5: Paul's purpose is to "edify"

 

2 Thessalonians 1:4
Ch. 6: persecution was uppermost on the minds of the Thessalonians
Ch. 7: Revelation is a companion volume to 2 Thessalonians
2 Thessalonians 1:6
Ch. 6: righteous judgment of God in response to persecution
2 Thessalonians 1:6–7
Ch. 6: that "big moment" brings events not occurring at the rapture
2 Thessalonians 1:6–8
Ch. 6: Christ's coming with fire and vengeance
2 Thessalonians 1:7
Ch. 4: Is rest identical to rapture? That's implication.
2 Thessalonians 1:7–8
Seven Reasons: all unbelievers are destroyed
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Ch. 6: This righteous judgment comes after the tribulation
2 Thessalonians 1:7–10
Ch. 6: Christ's coming after the tribulation brings glory for us
2 Thessalonians 1:8–10
Ch. 6: Paul explains "rest" and "tribulation"
2 Thessalonians 2
Ch. 2: purpose is to prove that the day of the Lord is not at hand
Ch. 6: non-mention of the rapture
2 Thessalonians 2:1
Ch. 4: Does this gathering occur after the tribulation? That's implication.
Ch. 6: does "the falling away" refer to our gathering?
Ch. 6: the two aspects of the second coming are mingled together
Ch. 6: view two aspects of Christ's coming as one
2 Thessalonians 2:1–2
Ch. 6: chart showing basis and object of beseeching
Ch. 6: chart showing double aspect of Christ's coming, salvation and glory
2 Thessalonians 2:2
Ch. 6: they were "agitated"
Ch. 6: literally translated "stand in"
Ch. 6: mentions day of the Lord without defining it
2 Thessalonians 2:2–3
Ch. 6: the day is not yet upon us but it is delayed
2 Thessalonians 2:3
Ch. 6: The "falling away." What does it mean?
Ch. 6: does not say departure from the faith
2 Thessalonians 2:3–4
Ch. 2: he as God sitteth in the temple of God
Ch. 2: Both beasts may be alluded to
Ch. 2: When does the beast's mouth power begin?
Ch. 2: the signpost marking the grand entrance of the man of sin
Ch. 2: man of sin reveals himself
Ch. 6: two introductory words and two explanations
Ch. 6: mid-tribs should expect to see the rapture mentioned
2 Thessalonians 2:3–7
Ch. 6: Paul's own interpretation of the "falling away"
Ch. 6: prove the delay
2 Thessalonians 2:4
Ch. 2: the man of sin sports a blasphemous mouth
Q&A: Since the man of sin claims to be God
An Answer To Preterism: the final abomination also will happen in the temple
An Answer To Preterism: "holy place" means the holy place in the temple
2 Thessalonians 2:5
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
Ch. 6: the removal could not possibly refer to the rapture
2 Thessalonians 2:5–6
Ch. 6: The article "the" indicates a clearly identifiable point of time
2 Thessalonians 2:6
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching
2 Thessalonians 2:6–7
Ch. 6: two introductory words and two explanations
2 Thessalonians 2:7
Ch. 6: "The falling away" matches the parallel phrase "taken out of the way"
2 Thessalonians 2:7–8
Ch. 6: removal or "the falling away" occurs at the mid-point
2 Thessalonians 2:8
Ch. 2: antichrist destroyed at the coming of Christ
Days Shortened: the revealing of the man of sin
Ch. 6: These events lead up to the final destruction
Ch. 6: Post-tribs should expect to see the rapture mentioned
Q&A: why do some say antichrist is merely "paralyzed" or "rendered useless"?
Q&A: Whom the Lord shall consume with the spirit of His mouth
2 Thessalonians 2:8–10
Ch. 2: Both beasts may be alluded to
2 Thessalonians 2:8–12
Ch. 6: prove the certainty
2 Thessalonians 2:11–12
Ch. 11: Antichrist will get you to disbelieve
2 Thessalonians 2:12
Seven Reasons: all unbelievers are destroyed
Ch. 3: no unbeliever will enter the millennium
Ch. 6: God sends antichrist to deceive "that they all might be damned"
2 Thessalonians 2:13–14
Ch. 6: two aspects to Christ's coming, salvation and glory
2 Thessalonians 2:13–15
Ch. 6: chart showing double aspect of Christ's coming, salvation and glory
2 Thessalonians 2:15
Ch. 6: opening verse: Therefore, brethren, stand fast
Ch. 6: the reason for Paul's command to work
2 Thessalonians 2:17
Ch. 6: This comfort is for continued tribulation
2 Thessalonians 3:5–6
Ch. 6: wait for the Lord's coming with patience
2 Thessalonians 3:6–12
Ch. 6: the reason for Paul's command to work
Ch. 6: "Traditions" in this context refers to working
2 Thessalonians 3:7
Ch. 5: Paul is constantly referring to previous teaching

 

1 Timothy 4:1
Ch. 6: does "the falling away" refer to apostasy in general?

 

2 Timothy 1:10
Ch. 6: the word "appearing" used of Christ's first coming
2 Timothy 2:15
An Answer To Preterism: rightly divide the word of truth
2 Timothy 3:16
Ch. 7: a later group may read Scripture originally written for an earlier group
2 Timothy 4:8
Seven Reasons: crowns come when Christ comes
Twenty-Four Elders: victory crowns awarded at the coming of Christ
Ch. 7: the time for men to receive crowns is at the coming of Christ

 

Hebrews 1:7
Twenty-Four Elders: angels are spirits
Hebrews 6:13–19
An Answer To Preterism: the covenant was as strong as it could be when it was first made
Hebrews 8:4–5
An Answer To Preterism: seamlessly integrates the tabernacle of Moses with the temple then standing
Hebrews 8:8
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Hebrews 9
An Answer To Preterism: "holy place" means the holy place in the temple
Hebrews 9–10
Ch. 5: The Day of Atonement (Leviticus 23:20–32)
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
Hebrews 9:12
An Answer To Preterism: His entering into the holy place in heaven happened in the past
Hebrews 9:15
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
Hebrews 9:17
An Answer To Preterism: Messiah's covenant came into full force upon His death
Hebrews 9:26
Ch. 6: the word "end" for the first coming of Christ
Hebrews 10:10–18
An Answer To Preterism: Christ's sacrifice put an end to animal sacrifices
Hebrews 10:12–13
Ch. 8: "henceforth" in the original language refers to time, not to location
Hebrews 11:35
An Answer To Preterism: "redemption" is used 10 times in the New Testament
Hebrews 13:2
An Answer To Preterism: "ignorant" means "escape notice" or "be hidden"

 

James 1:4
Ch. 12: strengthened by today's tribulations
James 1:18–25
Challenge: Let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak
James 1:27
Greek Prepositions and Revelation 3:10: chart of Greek words
James 2:13
Ch. 2: For he shall have judgment without mercy
James 4:7
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do I still need to resist the devil?

 

1 Peter 1:4
Ch. 7: keep something in heaven
1 Peter 1:6
Ch. 7: The word "temptation" is used for persecution of believers
Ch. 7: "temptation" and "tribulation" include persecution
1 Peter 1:6–7, 4:13
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do we still experience trials?
1 Peter 1:10–11
Ch. 5: Old Testament prophets did not always understand what they wrote
1 Peter 1:11
Ch. 6: Suffering and glory were clearly predicted
An Answer To Preterism: how the Old Testament prophets felt
1 Peter 4:13
Ch. 6: revealing of His glory after the tribulation
Ch. 6: encourage us in view of the post-tribulational coming
1 Peter 5:4
Seven Reasons: crowns come when Christ comes
Ch. 7: the time for men to receive crowns is at the coming of Christ
Twenty-Four Elders: victory crowns awarded at the coming of Christ
1 Peter 5:7
Q&A: Is Satan bound now?
1 Peter 5:8
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do I still need to resist the devil?

 

2 Peter 1:11
An Answer To Preterism: the truth and certainty of the "everlasting kingdom"
2 Peter 1:16
Ch. 6: The word "coming" used of the first coming of Christ
2 Peter 1:16–18
An Answer To Preterism: eyewitness account of Peter himself
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
2 Peter 3
Ch. 9: destruction by fire after the millennium
2 Peter 3:3–6
An Answer To Preterism: an historical event that builds faith in the second coming
2 Peter 3:3–8
An Answer To Preterism: the Biblical answer to skeptics
2 Peter 3:5
An Answer To Preterism: "ignorant" means "escape notice" or "be hidden"
2 Peter 3:7–14
An Answer To Preterism: parallels between the water and the fire
2 Peter 3:8
An Answer To Preterism: reminds us of the 1000 years in Revelation 20
An Answer To Preterism: I retract my suggestion that 2 Peter was based on Revelation
2 Peter 3:10
Stronger View: day of the Lord includes the millennium
2 Peter 3:10–13
Ch. 5: day of the Lord continues until the new heavens and new earth
2 Peter 3:12–13
Ch. 5: The new heavens and the new earth is what we look for
2 Peter 3:13
An Answer To Preterism: the promise of a new heaven and new earth comes from Isaiah 65:17
2 Peter 3:14
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, what motivation for holy living do we have?
2 Peter 3:15
An Answer To Preterism: Peter references Paul's writings, but not John's writings
2 Peter 3:15–18
An Answer To Preterism: we should not succumb to the scoffers’ way of thinking
2 Peter 3:16
Ch. 6: Peter admitted that some things were hard to understand
An Answer To Preterism: Peter mentions "all his epistles," referring to Paul's epistles

 

1 John
Q&A: true believers don't continue in sin
1 John 3:2
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why hasn’t faith become sight?
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, why do we still have sin?
1 John 4:3
Ch. 2: called antichrist
1 John 5:18
Ch. 7: that wicked one toucheth him not

 

Revelation 1:1
Ch. 7: to show unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass
Ch. 7: He is communicating this book by "signs"
Open Door: this book is communicated by symbols
Ch. 11: an angel transmitted the message to John
Revelation 1:1–3
Ch. 7: double introduction: tribulation saints
Revelation 1:4–6
Ch. 7: double introduction: church saints
Revelation 1:7
Ch. 3: all tribes of the earth mourn
Ch. 3: Let's test this timing
An Answer To Preterism: they mourn Him as a result of looking upon Him
An Answer To Preterism: "See" means to see with our eyes
Revelation 1:9
Ch. 7: Revelation is a companion volume to 2 Thessalonians
Ch. 7: the patience of believers in persecution
Ch. 7: "temptation" and "tribulation" include persecution
Revelation 1:18
Open Door: the keys of hell and of death
Revelation 2–3
Ch. 7: identification of the twenty-four elders from the context
Q&A: do compromising believers enter the tribulation?
Revelation 2:8–10
Open Door: parallel between 2:8–10 and 3:8–10
Revelation 2:10
Ch. 7: a local and earlier tribulation
Twenty-Four Elders: characteristic promised to the churches
Twenty-Four Elders: local present-day tribulation
Q&A: tribulation ten days
Revelation 2:14, 15, 20
Ch. 7: unbelievers in other local churches
Ch. 8: commands to expel false members in the church
Revelation 2:20–22
Q&A: do compromising believers enter the tribulation?
Revelation 3:1
Ch. 7: spiritually "dead"
Revelation 3:3
Ch. 7: these things have application to the last generation
Ch. 7: I will come on thee as a thief
Revelation 3:4–5
Ch. 4: they shall walk with me in white
Revelation 3:5
Ch. 7: their names are not in the book of life
Twenty-Four Elders: characteristic promised to the churches
Revelation 3:8–10
Open Door: Behold I have set before thee an open door
Revelation 3:10
Seven Reasons: I will keep you from the hour
Hour: example of hour as a period of time
Stronger View: time of testing
Ch. 7: pre-trib and post-trib interpretations
Ch. 7: why the unique combination of "keep" and "from"?
Greek Prepositions and Revelation 3:10: "keep from"
Twenty-Four Elders: Passing the past test exempts us from the future test
Purpose of Rapture: purpose of the tribulation is to test
Ch. 12: The "hour of testing" produces a polarization
Ch. 12: to reward those who have received and kept His Word
Revelation 3:11
Open Door: promises a crown
Revelation 3:12
Open Door: a pillar in the temple of my God
Revelation 3:17–20
Ch. 7: unbelievers in other local churches
Revelation 3:18
Ch. 4: clothed in white raiment now
Revelation 3:20
Open Door: Jesus standing outside of a door knocking
Revelation 3:21
Twenty-Four Elders: characteristic promised to the churches
Twenty-Four Elders: I grant to sit with me in my throne
Revelation 4
Q&A: the elders in chapter 4 fulfill promises of the previous chapter
Revelation 4–19
Church in Revelation: where is the church?
Q&A: Why is the rapture not mentioned in Revelation?
Revelation 4:1
Ch. 7: locates the time at the beginning of the tribulation
Ch. 11: Genesis 7:1 reminds us of the "come"
Q&A: Why is the rapture not mentioned in Revelation?
Revelation 4:10–11
Twenty-Four Elders: fall down before Him that sat on the throne
Revelation 4:4
Seven Reasons: the crowns are already awarded
Ch. 7: opening verse: they had on their heads crowns of gold
Ch. 7: prove that they are men
Revelation 4:9–11
Church Project: one of four passages to memorize
Purpose of Rapture: active prayer participants
Revelation 5:5–7
Twenty-Four Elders: elder introduces the Lamb that was slain
Revelation 5:8–10
Purpose of Rapture: active prayer participants
Church Project: one of four passages to memorize
Revelation 5:9
Ch. 10: Suffering the winepress, He earned the right to tread the winepress
Revelation 5:9–10
Twenty-Four Elders: the us-them difference
Twenty-Four Elders: sing a new song
Revelation 6:9
Seven Reasons: Believers killed, not kept
Revelation 6:9–11
Ch. 4: souls under the altar received white robes in heaven
Ch. 5: the souls under the altar look for the day of destruction
Ch. 6: These martyrs, even in heaven, do not have full rest
Revelation 6:10
Ch. 7: presence in heaven doesn't diminish interest in tribulation events
Revelation 6:11
Ch. 7: Tribulation saints are not kept
Q&A: the multitude fulfills the promise to the souls under the altar
Revelation 6:12–13
Ch. 7: the seals stretch to the end of the tribulation
Revelation 6:12–17
Stronger View: comparing with Matthew 24:29, after the tribulation
Ch. 10: people cowering in the valley of the winepress
Ch. 10: Christ returns during the sixth seal
Revelation 6:13–14
Ch. 10: compare these events to Isaiah 34
Revelation 6:14
Ch. 7: same event as Revelation 19:11
Revelation 6:15–17
Ch. 4: example of dramatic usage of "come"
Revelation 6:16–17
Q&A: How can some be peacefully working or sleeping when
Revelation 7:1–8
Ch. 7: promise of protection in the tribulation for Jewish saints
Ch. 7: to set a seal on their foreheads He never did in the church age
Revelation 7:2–3
Ch. 7: They have the seal of the living God on their foreheads
Revelation 7:9–14
Q&A: Does the great multitude represent raptured saints?
Revelation 7:11
Ch. 7: twenty-four elders cannot be angels
Revelation 7:13–17
Twenty-Four Elders: elder explains the white-robed multitude
Revelation 7:14
Ch. 7: came out of great tribulation
Ch. 7: came out of great tribulation
Revelation 8:12
Ch. 2: the day shone not for a third part of it, and the night likewise
Ch. 2: shows the involvement in both cases of a fourth angel
Days Shortened: Shorter days and shorter nights
Revelation 9:7
Ch. 7: unique because a figurative creature (locusts) is involved
Revelation 9:20–21
Ch. 12: to prove that men are still stubborn at heart
Revelation 10:7
Ch. 7: the seventh trumpet occurs at the end
Revelation 11
Q&A: why don't the two witnesses go up in the rapture?
Revelation 11:1–2
An Answer To Preterism: the temple and the city receive opposite fates
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Revelation 11:1–13
Ch. 5: partially fulfilled in John the Baptist
Revelation 11:2
Ch. 3: Jerusalem is overrun
Ch. 11: overrun by Gentiles again during the tribulation
An Answer To Preterism: Jerusalem will be overrun yet again
An Answer To Preterism: middle of the future tribulation period
An Answer To Preterism: Revelation sees an end to the treading where preterists see its beginning
Revelation 11:3
Days Shortened: if two witnesses fall into this same period
Revelation 11:8
An Answer To Preterism: the spiritual designation of Jerusalem is Sodom and Egypt
Revelation 11:10
Ch. 5: death of two witnesses may be one reason for saying "peace and safety"
Revelation 11:12
Ch. 7: no trumpet
Ch. 11: Genesis 7:1 reminds us of the "come"
Q&A: How will the two witnesses ascend to heaven?
Revelation 11:12–14
Ch. 7: the two witnesses arise before the end
Revelation 11:14
Ch. 5: the death of the two witnesses occurs shortly before the end
Ch. 7: Their career almost parallels that of antichrist
Revelation 11:15–18
Purpose of Rapture: active prayer participants
Revelation 11:15–19
Ch. 7: the seventh trumpet occurs at the end
Revelation 11:16–18
Church Project: one of four passages to memorize
Revelation 11:17
Ch. 4: "reign" is used as a dramatic past
Revelation 11:17–18
Twenty-Four Elders: We give thee thanks, O Lord God Almighty
Revelation 11:18
Ch. 4: example of dramatic usage of "come"
Ch. 4: wording indicates future event
Revelation 12:6
Seven Reasons: known day and unknown day
Ch. 2: opening verse: a thousand two hundred and threescore days
Ch. 2: does not reveal the occasion of fleeing
Ch. 2: the full 1260 days or 3½ years or 42 months is still intact
Ch. 2: nourished for only 1260 days
Ch. 2: reveal the time in several different ways
Days Shortened: protection in the wilderness for 1260 days
Revelation 12:6, 14
Ch. 2: a time, and times, and half a time explained in days
Revelation 12:7–13
Q&A: Is Satan bound now?
Revelation 12:14
Seven Reasons: known day and unknown day
Ch. 2: the full 1260 days or 3½ years or 42 months is still intact
Ch. 2: nourished for only 1260 days
Days Shortened: defines the 1260 days in terms of years
An Answer To Preterism: the command to flee foreshadows
Revelation 13
Ch. 2: the beast
An Answer To Preterism: Nero wouldn't fit the timeline
Revelation 13:5
Seven Reasons: known day and unknown day
Ch. 2: Forty-two months
Ch. 2: gives the timespan and 2 Thessalonians 2:3–4 gives the beginning point
Ch. 2: the beast is given "persecution power" for only forty-two months
Ch. 2: the full 1260 days or 3½ years or 42 months is still intact
Ch. 2: you can count 42 months
Ch. 2: reveal the time in several different ways
Days Shortened: man of sin has power for 42 months
Ch. 6: antichrist revealed for only 42 months, the last 3½ years
Ch. 8: harmony chart in parallel columns
Revelation 13:5–7
Ch. 2: power of the beast: mouth power
Ch. 2: power of the beast: persecution power
Stronger View: the two powers granted antichrist for forty-two months
Revelation 13:6
Q&A: why blaspheme those who dwell in heaven?
Revelation 13:7
Seven Reasons: Believers killed, not kept
Days Shortened: power to make war with the saints
Ch. 7: Tribulation saints are not kept
Revelation 13:9
Ch. 7: Why the omission of "unto the churches"?
Ch. 7: Why contrary to the consistent pattern?
Revelation 13:16, 17
Ch. 9: tempted to save their lives by accepting the mark
Revelation 13:18
Ch. 2: Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast
Revelation 14:1
Ch. 7: Father's name written in their foreheads
Revelation 14:4
Ch. 7: the 144,000 ", firstfruits unto God
Revelation 14:7, 15
Ch. 4: example of dramatic usage of "come"
Revelation 14:9–10
Ch. 9: If any man worship the beast and his image
Revelation 14:10
Ch. 2: the wrath of God poured out without mixture
Revelation 14:13
Ch. 7: Tribulation saints are not kept
Revelation 14:14
Ch. 7: Christ as "the son of man"
Ch. 7: Christ wears a crown because He is resurrected and glorified
Ch. 10: linking the judgment and the winepress together
Revelation 14:14–16
Ch. 7: Post-tribs see a symbolic representation of the rapture
Ch. 7: Joel explains it to be the harvest of the wicked
Ch. 8: post-tribs suppose verses 14–16 describe the rapture
Q&A: Why is the rapture not mentioned in Revelation?
Revelation 14:14–20
Ch. 7: Is Christ reaping believers or unbelievers?
Ch. 8: harmony chart in parallel columns
Ch. 8: the time of harvest after the tribulation
Revelation 14:15
Ch. 3: harvest at the end of the tribulation
Ch. 8: places the time of harvest at the end of the tribulation
Revelation 14:17–19
Ch. 8: angels reaping at the end of the tribulation
Revelation 14:17–20
Ch. 8: describe the gathering of the wicked
Revelation 14:19
Q&A: How can some be peacefully working or sleeping when
Revelation 14:19–20
Ch. 10: opening verse: the great winepress of the wrath of God
Ch. 10: single passage which tells the whole story
Revelation 14:20
Ch. 10: where does all that blood come from?
Ch. 10: a thousand and six hundred furlongs [200 miles]
Revelation 15:1
Ch. 10: in the seven last plagues is filled up the wrath of God
Revelation 16
Ch. 2: certain events converge at the end of the tribulation
Revelation 16:8–9
Ch. 2: And the fourth angel poured out his vial upon the sun
Revelation 16:9–11
Stronger View: Is his power to blaspheme restricted?
Revelation 16:15
Ch. 5: a thief in the night, post-tribulational
Ch. 7: Christ's coming "as a thief" is after the tribulation
Ch. 7: Why the omission of not knowing the hour?
Revelation 16:17
Ch. 10: Christ returns during the seventh trumpet
Revelation 16:17–21
Ch. 10: hail is in the seventh vial
Revelation 16:21
Ch. 10: a great hail out of heaven
Revelation 17–18
Ch. 4: the destruction of Babylon
Ch. 8: Babylon is destroyed before Christ returns
An Answer To Preterism: the harlot represents Babylon
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Revelation 17:1–19:10
Twenty-Four Elders: the harlot, the city of Babylon
Revelation 17:4
Seven Reasons: contrasts the purple and scarlet
Revelation 17:5
An Answer To Preterism: the mother of all harlots, not just one
Revelation 17:15
An Answer To Preterism: Babylon has worldwide scope
Revelation 17:18
An Answer To Preterism: at the time that was written, that could only be one city
Revelation 18:9
Ch. 4: Babylon destroyed before the end of the tribulation
Revelation 18:20
Ch. 4: apostles and prophets are still in heaven
Revelation 18:24
An Answer To Preterism: compared to Matthew 23:34–35
An Answer To Preterism: matching Scripture with Scripture
Revelation 19
Ch. 2: casting the beast into the lake of fire
Ch. 2: certain events converge at the end of the tribulation
An Answer To Preterism: Nero wouldn't fit the timeline
An Answer To Preterism: rejoicing in heaven between the two events
Revelation 19:1
Ch. 4: A great voice of much people in heaven
Revelation 19:2
Seven Reasons: contrasts the harlot
Revelation 19:4
Twenty-Four Elders: Amen, Alleluia
Purpose of Rapture: active prayer participants
Church Project: one of four passages to memorize
Revelation 19:6
Ch. 4: "reigneth" could very well be a futuristic present
Revelation 19:7
Ch. 4: "is come" is a dramatic past
Church in Revelation: wife of the Lamb
Revelation 19:7–8
Ch. 4: confirms the illustration in Luke
Ch. 4: both presenting a certain order of wedding events
Revelation 19:7–9
Seven Reasons: the wife is already ready
Revelation 19:8
Ch. 4: Fine linen is the righteousnesses of saints
Revelation 19:9
Ch. 4: tribulation saints invited to the wedding
Ch. 4: contrast between these two feasts
Revelation 19:9–27
An Answer To Preterism: the wife of the Lamb represents New Jerusalem
Revelation 19:11
Ch. 7: the heavens open only twice in Revelation
Revelation 19:11–21
Ch. 2: antichrist destroyed at the coming of Christ
Revelation 19:14
Ch. 4: the order is chronological from chapter 19
Ch. 6: riding down from the sky on those white horses
Ch. 7: Why the omission of saints caught up?
An Answer To Preterism: He will come with His own armies
Revelation 19:15
Ch. 10: this sword comes out of His mouth
Revelation 19:15–18
Ch. 10: the place where the eagles will gather
Revelation 19:15, 21
Ch. 10: compare this sword to Isaiah 34
Revelation 19:17
Seven Reasons: birds of prey gather to a certain spot
Seven Reasons: contrasts the supper of the great God
Revelation 19:17–18
Ch. 4: What is this other feast?
Revelation 19:18
Ch. 10: "all men" cast them into the winepress
Revelation 19:21
Ch. 3: armies slain
Revelation 19:20
Seven Reasons: clear ending point
Revelation 20
Ch. 7: resurrection occurs well after Christ sets foot on the earth
Revelation 20–21
Ch. 5: This aspect of the day of the Lord occurs 1000 years later
Revelation 20:1–2
Q&A: Is Satan bound now?
Revelation 20:1–3
Ch. 8: the chaining of Satan
Ch. 8: the timing compared to Isaiah 27:1
Revelation 20:1–7
Ch. 3: this time lasts for 1000 years
Ch. 5: the one-thousand-year length of the millennium revealed years later
Revelation 20:3
An Answer To Preterism: if Christ has come, who’s deceiving the nations?
Revelation 20:4
Ch. 3: resurrection after the tribulation
Ch. 5: the church will participate as rulers
Stronger View: Is his power to behead believers rendered useless?
Ch. 8: the resurrection begins the millennium
Revelation 20:4–6
Ch. 7: Why is it called "first resurrection"?
Q&A: Yes, there is a resurrection at the last day. When exactly does it happen?
Revelation 20:5–6
Ch. 4: Is the first resurrection the rapture resurrection? That's implication.
Revelation 20:6
Ch. 8: harmony chart in parallel columns
Revelation 20:7–9
Seven Reasons: subjects who finally rebel
Revelation 20:8
Seven Reasons: many nations in the millennium
Ch. 3: many nations populate the millennium
Revelation 20:14
Ch. 7: the "first resurrection" contrasts the "second death"
Revelation 21:1
Stronger View: day of the Lord includes the millennium
Revelation 21:2
An Answer To Preterism: directional indicators tell us which Jerusalem is in view
Revelation 21:3
Ch. 5: The Feast of Tabernacles (Leviticus 23:34–44)
Ch. 5: chart of the seven feasts of Israel
Revelation 21:9–22:11
Twenty-Four Elders: the bride, the heavenly city
Revelation 21:9–14
Ch. 4: unity of the bride with distinctions
Revelation 21:12, 14
An Answer To Preterism: distinction in the foundations and gates of new Jerusalem
Revelation 22
The Last Invitation
Revelation 22:10
Seven Reasons: Revelation is unsealed
Ch. 1: opening verse: Seal not the sayings of the prophecy of this book
Ch. 2: Revelation is unsealed
Ch. 7: It is not a dark mystery book
Ch. 7: Can we not understand a major item in an unsealed book?
Revelation 22:12
Seven Reasons: crowns come when Christ comes
Revelation 22:17
Ch. 4: Here is your invitation