Gary DeMar and Barry Horner debated when the events of Matthew 24 were or would be fulfilled. Mr. DeMar takes the position that the Olivet Discourse is a prophecy of events that were fulfilled before that first-century generation passed away - in the events leading up to and including the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70.
Dr. Horner argues that the prophecies of Matthew 24 were ongoing and would find their fulfillment beyond the time of that first-century generation. He believes that they remain to be fulfilled in completion. This three-disc set includes the opening statements by DeMar and Horner, a period of cross examination, and answers to questions from the audience.
Also included are DeMar's 70-page interpretive outline of Matthew 24 and Horner's 61-page handout that he made available to the audience.
About the Speaker: Gary DeMar is the President of American Vision. Gary is a graduate of Western Michigan University (1973) and earned his M.Div. at Reformed Theological Seminary in 1979. In 2007, he earned his Ph.D. in Christian Intellectual History from Whitefield Theological Seminary. Author of countless essays, news articles, and more than 27 book titles, he also hosts The Gary DeMar Show, and History Unwrapped both broadcasted and podcasted.
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