One of the great battle lines drawn in the arena of eschatology is the “Coming of the Son of Man” in Daniel 7:13, 14. Is it a reference to the ascension in Pentecost of A.D. 30 or to the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70, per Mathew 24:30? Hence, our title, Pentecost or Armageddon, The Coming of the Son of Man? A critique of the text in light of three major views, amillennialism, premillennialism and preterism reveal unexpected implications for the time and nature of the second coming and the resurrection. Preterism reveals textual contradictions of Amillennialism and Premillennialism. Amillennialists, those who believe in the present church age as the millennium, thus denying ...
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