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THE RESTRAINER AND THE MAN OF LAWLESSNESS

PMT 2013-044 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. This is my fourth and final installment (for the time being!) on Paul’s Man of Lawlessness. Though it is a difficult passage, it serves as a foundation stone to peculiar dispensational beliefs involving the rebuilt temple and the re-institution of animal sacrifices. I have been showing, however, that …

IDENTIFYING THE MAN OF LAWLESSNESS

PMT 2013-043 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. In this blog article I will provide my third installment of my study on Paul’s Man of Lawlessness. In this study I will show the case for the Man of Lawlessness being . . . Nero Caesar. Paul shows a deep concern regarding the deception (2Th 2:3a). To …

MAN OF LAWLESSNESS IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT

PMT 2013-042 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. In my previous blog I began a brief analysis of one of Paul’s most difficult passage. I noted widespread statements by church fathers and contemporary scholars confessing its difficulty. Then I noted that despite this, dispensationalism employs this passage as one of its foundations for its distinctive temple-theology. …

THE MAN OF LAWLESSNESS PROBLEM

PMT 2013-041 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. A PostmillennialismToday reader recently wrote and asked how postmillennialism can be true in light of such passages as 2 Thessalonians 2 regarding the Man of Lawlessness. He stated: “The biggest problem I’ve had with postmillennialism is the falling away: “Let no man deceive you by any means: for …

CHRIST’S RESURRECTION IN 1 COR 15

PMW 2022-016 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. Awhile back a reader/listener of mine expressed some confusion with some statements I made. He asked me to clarify my point to clear up his confusion. Here is a part of the exchange, which might be helpful to others who may have had the same concerns. Reader (1st …

HISTORICISM, REVELATION, AND THE REFORMATION

PMW 2021-041 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. My computer is getting lighter as I remove more of the questions that have been sent to me by readers. Today’s question regarding the Book of Revelation, one of my favorite pastimes! Reader’s question: You are committed to the Reformed faith, yet you don’t take the historicist approach …

A POSTMILL INTERVIEW (3)

PMW 2019-096 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. This is the final article summarizing my questions from a postmillennial documentary recently filmed. I hope you find these helpful. 13) In a nutshell what is the book of Revelation about? It is about the approaching destruction of the Jewish temple in AD 70. This is why the …