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Tonight's Academy Lecture

Lecture Title:  "The Olivet Discourse -- Part One"

Lecture Contents:  In the Olivet Discourse, Jesus gives the disciples his most extensive teaching about the signs of the end and the future course of human history.  We will work our way through Matthew 24 and parallel passages (Mark 13, Luke 19, 21) in this lecture

Date/Time:  Friday, October 15, 7:30 p.m.

Instructor:  Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

TextbooksA Case for Amillennialism (Baker 2003), The Man of Sin (Baker, 2006)

About the Academy:  The Academy meets at Christ Reformed Church in Anaheim.  The lectures begin at 7:30 p.m., are free of charge, and are followed by a time for questions and answers, as well as a time for fellowship and refreshments.

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Reader Comments (4)

Dr. Riddlebarger first of all I want to thank you for posting your A-101 lectures for everyone. I have benefited greatly. I do have a ? I hope you can answer... When the Messiah would be cut off during the middle of the last 7 years of Daniel's prophecy, you said that He died approx. 3 1/2 years into His public ministry. This leaves the Revelation passage to explain what happened to the other 3 1/2 years. You said in your lecture that these last 3 1/2 years are typological of the church age. Can you help me grasp how we can take the first half of the last week in Daniel more literal than the last half in light of your explanation in the latest lecture? If I misunderstood you in any way, I apologize.
October 12, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSam in Ohio

The link in that piece, to MGK's Covenant of the 70th Week, is obsolete. This one works:

Sometime could you comment on Dr. Kline''s identification of Michael with the Messiah? He had his exegetical reasons, but it's going to be jarring to a lot of people because it's also a belief of Jehovah's Witnesses (and Adventists?).
October 13, 2010 | Unregistered Commenter"lee n. field"
That's right, Adventists also identify Michael with the Messiah.
October 18, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterNate Ostby

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