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.
There have been some in preterist circles who believe and teach that there was a physical rapture in 70 AD of those who survived Nero’s persecution. Others in preterist circles understand the “catching up” to be a spiritual or judicial event but also occurring in the 66-70 AD time frame. Continue reading “Anthony Graybill: 70 AD Rapture? (2017)”
in the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke all three passages harmonize with one another. Christ has clearly been speaking to His disciples and the crowd concerning a man’s eternal soul and the consequence of either following or rejecting Christ. Continue reading “Virgil Vaduva: Who Would See Christ Return? (2003)”
The confusion is that for the Reformed the “covenant of works,” contrary to what one might naturally think, is not synonymous with the old covenant. Conversely, the “covenant of grace” is not synonymous with the new. Continue reading “Marcus Booker: Federal Doctrine: Adam and Christ as Covenant Representatives (2003)”
Rather than looking to this passage to be fulfilled in every place and in every age, we should understand that the convicting work of the Spirit, identified in this text, was unique to the last days of that old covenant world. Continue reading “Virgil Vaduva: The Convicting Work of the Spirit: John 16:8-11 (2003)”
Christ, by the power of his coming, brought these things to nought, fulfilling them all in himself. He destroyed the temple, the city, and the rebels. As Christ affirmed, all the righteous blood shed upon the earth fell upon that generation. Continue reading “Marcus Booker: Dispensationalism’s Blind Spot – National Israel Fulfilled in Christ (2003)”
Had I perceived that you were all zealously disposed to go to war with the Romans, and that the purer and more sincere part of the people did not propose to live in peace, I had not come out to you, nor been so bold as to give you counsel; for all discourses that tend to persuade men to do what they ought to do is superfluous, when the hearers are agreed to do the contrary. Continue reading “Ovid Need: King Agrippa’s Speech To the Nationalists (1998)”
Understanding this will give Dispensationalists additional ammunition against all forms of Replacement Theology (such as Covenant Theology, Preterism, etc.). Replacement Theologians use these quotations to defend an allegorical interpretation to passages dealing with Israelology, Ecclesiology, and Eschatology. Continue reading “Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum: The Rabbinic Background (2003)”
The apostles generally had no need to explain the original contexts, which were not in dispute. Midrash differs from parable in that parables form a teaching on the basis of a supposed or hypothetical history. The illustrations derived from midrash, on the other hand, have their foundation in factual history. Continue reading “Marcus Booker: New Covenant as Apostolic Midrash (2003)”
For a nation to commit the sin of anti-Semitism brings inevitable judgement. —The New Scofield Study Bible [Thanks to ‘Julian Assange” for this tweet… and now this tweet) Continue reading “Maidhc Cathail: The Scofield Bible—The Book That Made Zionists of America’s Evangelical Christians (2015)”
A.D.79: All signs described by Jesus happened to the generation to which Jesus spoke some fifty years earlier.