Jon Curry is now posting on Dave Armstrong's blog, repeating false claims about early Christian eschatology that I and others have already answered. For example, in his first response to Dave, Jon writes:
"The other question is, where are these scoffers getting this notion that an end times prophecy has failed?"
As I explained to Jon repeatedly, we know from 2 Peter 3:9 that Peter was responding to a charge of slowness of fulfillment, not failure of fulfillment. It's the same sort of objection we see in the Old Testament, as I documented in my discussions with Jon on this blog. I also gave Jon examples of the early Christians referring to the possibility that there would be future generations before Jesus' second coming. When sources like Peter and Clement of Rome respond to the objection that God is slow in fulfilling His promises, but don't address any charge that a generational promise had failed, the best explanation for that situation is that the early Christians never claimed that Jesus was certain to return within His generation.
Jon often ignores evidence against his assertions, even after the evidence has been given to him repeatedly. For those who didn't read my earlier discussions with Jon on these eschatological issues, see here, for example. Other responses to Jon that I've written can be found by searching the archives.