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2017 Niagara Preterist Conference
• Preterist Conference: July 20-22, 2017 in Niagara Falls

• Conference Theme: Resurrection & Bodily Change
Several of our past conferences dealt with the resurrection of the dead, but this is the first time we focused most of our attention on the Bodily Change of the Living Saints. And this is the best stuff we have ever presented on the interpretation of 1Cor 15 in regard to the resurrection and bodily change.

There are seven speeches, four Q&A sessions, one video presentation by Arthur Melanson, and four brief testimonials (My Preterist Journey). The speeches by Parker Voll, Dave Johnston, and Ed Stevens focus on the resurrection and change that are mentioned in 1Cor 15, 2Cor 5, Phlp 3:21, and Rom 8. Here are the seven main speeches:

• Starting Out RIGHT in Genesis – Ed Stevens

• Resurrection in 1Cor 15 – Ed Stevens

• Collective Body View (CBV) of Bodily Change – Mike Miano

• Individual Body View (IBV) of Bodily Change – Ed Stevens

• Bodily Change in Philippians 3:21 – Parker Voll

• Bodily Change in Romans 8 – David Johnston

• Death of Adam and Pella After AD 70 – Ed Stevens

• Plus a 7-minute video from Arthur Melanson (Beware of the CBV)

One of the highlights of the conference is the friendly exchange (not a debate) of “Two Views of Bodily Change: CBV vs. IBV”. Pastor Mike Miano (Blue Point Bible Church) gives his affirmative speech representing the CBV view, followed by Ed Stevens who affirms the IBV view. Then it is opened up to the audience for questions.

If you wish to know more about the differences between these two preterist views of the resurrection (Collective Body View vs. Individual Body View) and how they each interpret 1Cor 15, this is a great set of videos to watch.
There are six DVDs in the album containing all 14 sessions, plus the MP3 CD with the conference schedule, program book, 14 MP3 audio tracks, and PDF lesson outlines for all seven of the main speeches.

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