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Below, you will find the following 16 different views of full preterism, in the following alphabetical order, for your information. The person’s name after the view is the name of the one who submitted it.
Within the community of Christian believers who hold to the CE/FP doctrine of “all things fulfilled at AD70”, we are now seeing the damnable fruit of the errors within the CE/FP model manifesting to a degree we’ve never before witnessed in the forms of “Universalism” and “Israel Only,” some of which now conclude the Christian dispensation ended ca. 70. Continue reading “Steven Hawk: To the teachers of full preterism (2017)”
Although mild (partial) preterism is considered orthodox, full (extreme, consistent) preterism denies the bodily Second Coming of Christ and so is outside of orthodoxy. Continue reading “Tony Garland: The Preterist Method of Interpretation (2007)”
Now what is this challenge that some raise against the AD 70 fulfillment of the first portion of the Olivet Discourse?
First, hyper-preterism is heterodox. It is outside the creedal orthodoxy of Christianity. No creed allows any second Advent in A.D. 70. No creed allows any other type of resurrection than a bodily one. Continue reading “Ken Gentry: A Brief Theological Analysis of Hyper Preterism (1995)”
Otto theorizes that Christ’s resurrection body is capable of assuming a material substance, when necessary, approximating his pre-resurrection state, so that he can interact at the material level. Continue reading “Barry Hofstetter: Coming in the Clouds: An Evangelical Case for the Invisibility of Christ at His Second Coming (1997)”
The Bodily Resurrection We are looking at a view of eschatology (i.e. study of last things) that believes everything in the Bible was fulfilled by the year AD 70 when the city of Jerusalem was destroyed. Most refer to this idea as “the AD 70 Doctrine”, “Covenant Eschatology” or “Realized Eschatology”.
Continue reading “Joe Puckett: Sinking the Ship of “Hyper-Preterism”, The Resurrection of the Body (2006)”
The 2010 General Assembly of the Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly does hereby adopt the following position concerning the unorthodox eschatological doctrine of Full Preterism, Continue reading “RPC General Assembly: Against Unorthodox Eschatology (2010)”
Interestingly enough, Hyper-Preterists assert that they are the first to discover this alleged divine truth – which is a sad view of the Church when one considers the past two thousand years of Church History. Continue reading “Casey Ryan: What To Make Of Full Preterism (2014)”
The reason HP enjoys an aura of respectability is that it can point to certain predictions whose fulfillment was most likely in A. D. 70 and to texts which posit the intrusion of the eternal eschatological realities back into the present age. Continue reading “Andrew Sandlin: Hymenaeus Resurrected (1997)”
This heresy claimed David Chilton before he died. It captured Walt Hibbard. It has seduced John Bray. He is the latest to bite the dust. Continue reading “Andrew Sandlin: The Braying of Heretics… or, The Heresies of Bray (2000)”