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The Great Debate – Tommy Ice vs. Gary DeMar – Part 2

by Michael J Loomis on December 30, 2010

On February 26, 2002, nearly 2,500 people packed the auditorium at Biola University to watch the much-publicized debate, “The Great Tribulation: Past or Future?,” between Thomas Ice and Gary DeMar. Each man is an acknowledged authority on his respective view of the end times.

Thomas Ice is co-author of several books with Tim LaHaye including Charting the End Times. He is co-founder with LaHaye of the Pre-Trib Rapture Center, and he is one of the editors of Tim LaHaye’s Prophecy Study Bible.

Gary DeMar is the author of eighteen books including Last Days Madness and End Times Fiction. He is a Bible teacher, popular conference speaker, and editor of Biblical Worldview magazine. Gary DeMar is president of American Vision.

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Ken Singleton January 1, 2011 at 1:59 am

Michael,

This is not about this debate, I just did not know how to contact you personally.

I would first of all like to wish you every blessing from the Lord Jesus Christ in the coming year.
Also I want to thank you for what you are doing through this podcast. It has been a great source of edification to me and a deep and rich source of meaty food.
Furthermore, thank you for allowing Rivers of Eden to share his beliefs too, and indeed any other with whom we may not agree. It took courage to do that, but as Christians seeking truth, we need courage to evaluate all beliefs no matter how much we may disagree with them. Personally, even though I didn’t agree with Rivers conclusion, I still learnt a lot from listening to him.

So, Michael, be encouraged, and may you and your whole family experience the love of Christ in a deeper way this coming year.

Regards, Ken

Ken Singleton January 3, 2011 at 6:23 am

Hi Rivers,

Thanks for the invite. I may take you up on it at some point. In the meantime I hope you have a blessed new year.

Regards, Ken

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