1. Apostle John Eckhardt was a featured speaker along with C. Peter Wagner, Chuck Pierce, Bishop Bill Hamon, Elmer Towns and Pastor Dan Hammer at the "Thy Kingdom Come" eschatology conference held in August 5-7 in Everett, WA dealing with the subject of solving the puzzle of the end-times. Apostle Eckhardt presented the position of realized or fulfilled eschatology.

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  2. Dr. Mark Hitchcock and Mr. Hank Hanegraaff debate the date of the Book of Revelation. The debate took place on December 10, 2007 at the annual Pre-Trib Study Group meeting in Dallas, TX. Dr. Hichcock will argue for the AD 95 date. Mr. Hanegraaff will argue for the AD 65 date. While the AD 95 date does not impact the futurist interpretive approach of Dr. Hitchcock's view, Mr. Hanegraaff preterist view requires an AD 65 date or his view of Revelation is rendered impossible.

    The debate last for 3 hours and 20 minutes. A special thanks to John Ankerberg and his film crew for filming the event.

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  3. Dr. Mark Hitchcock and Mr. Hank Hanegraaff debate the date of the Book of Revelation. The debate took place on December 10, 2007 at the annual Pre-Trib Study Group meeting in Dallas, TX. Dr. Hichcock will argue for the AD 95 date. Mr. Hanegraaff will argue for the AD 65 date. While the AD 95 date does not impact the futurist interpretive approach of Dr. Hitchcock's view, Mr. Hanegraaff preterist view requires an AD 65 date or his view of Revelation is rendered impossible.

    The debate last for 3 hours and 20 minutes. A special thanks to John Ankerberg and his film crew for filming the event.

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  4. Dr. Mark Hitchcock and Mr. Hank Hanegraaff debate the date of the Book of Revelation. The debate took place on December 10, 2007 at the annual Pre-Trib Study Group meeting in Dallas, TX. Dr. Hichcock will argue for the AD 95 date. Mr. Hanegraaff will argue for the AD 65 date. While the AD 95 date does not impact the futurist interpretive approach of Dr. Hitchcock's view, Mr. Hanegraaff preterist view requires an AD 65 date or his view of Revelation is rendered impossible.

    The debate last for 3 hours and 20 minutes. A special thanks to John Ankerberg and his film crew for filming the event.

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Various Debates on Biblical Eschatology

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