I was on the Fire Theft Radio podcast talking about this.
We discuss some of the main historical topics that of my latest novel that covers the meaning behind the eschatological temple. Will this temple be built in our time? Will the Trump administration have a roll in building it?
You are not going to want to miss this one.
Okay, I admit the headline is provocative and hyperbolic (just like Bible prophecy). I was only joking, Doug.
Actually, It was a VERY friendly discussion more than a debate. And it was more about discussing how the two viewpoints may differ rather than fighting out for who is right and who is wrong.
In fact, in light of the lack of civility today, I’d say this would be for people who want a more fair and open dialogue instead of everyone accusing everyone else of heresy.
Douglas Woodward took the more futurist position and Brian Godawa took the partial preterist position on the VERY FIRST PODCAST OF…
Parker’s Comparables! Parker is a friend and smart cookie podcaster. I think she’s onto something here.
You can watch it here.
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