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Tonight's Academy Lecture

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

When:  Tonight, October 22, @ 7:30 p.m.

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

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 (3)

Kim, I am preaching on Matthew 24 right now. Would you be willing to send me an electronic copy of your lectures? I would be deeply grateful. Thanks, Lane
October 22, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterLane Keister
Sad to miss it tonight. I have one question, can you direct me to pre-trib, post mill readings online? I'm coming across people who call themselves messianic and refuse to be labeled dispensationalist, they also refuse to be called Christian Zionists rather Biblical Zionists. Maybe it's just semantics? And more spin? Any well known people that hold this view? Curious, what their history is, or if just changing labels to fit their ideologies. Thank you.

btw, was watching Hal L. at my parents house last weekend and he said the war with Iran already happened, and Iran lost. I think Hal L. should memo Ahmedinajad, just sayin'.
October 22, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRana
"Biblical Zionists"

Two hits pop right up.

"Maybe it's just semantics? And more spin? "

At a guess, possibly less than comfortable with regular old Christianity.

I ran into a similar group recently. "messianic Israelites". These hold, if I understand them correctly, that Christians are descendants of the exiled northern kingdom.
October 22, 2010 | Unregistered Commenter"lee n. field"

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