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But even while encouraging Jews to return to Israel, dispensationalists teach that “Zechariah predicts that two-thirds of the Jewish people in the land will perish during the Tribulation period.”
Significantly, a futurist would not have to change his eschatological thinking if a pre-A.D. 70 date for the writing were to be established. However, the preterist position is eliminated from consideration if the late date of ca. A.D. 95 can be validated. Continue reading “James Rochford: A Critique of Preterism (2013)”
Although the date of Revelation has always been an issue in study of the book, the discussion has been reopened in recent years primarily by preterist interpreters who argue that it was written in the time of the Roman emperor Nero. Continue reading “Mark Hitchcock: A Critique of the Preterist View of “Soon” and “Near” in Revelation (2006)”
Davies also believes that Biblical prophecies will be the area of the next great Biblical debate, just as the nature of Christ had been the center of church debate in the past. In the end, he believes more people will choose preterism. Continue reading “Gary Warth: The Rapture refuted – Preterist movement denies end-of-days prophecies (2001)”
A cult-like enthusiasm fuels this unorthodox movement, which teaches that the total complex of end time events transpired in the first-century: the Second Advent, the resurrection, the rapture of the saints, and the great judgment. Continue reading “Ken Gentry: Recent Developments in the Eschatological Debate (2001)”
Dispensational eschatology cannot escape the dilemma, on the one hand, of having great excitement about the Jews going to Israel and, on the other hand, knowing those millions will soon die during the seven-year tribulation. Continue reading “Jack Kettler: Dispensationalism’s Eschatological Dilemma (1999)”
Realized eschatology is the only eschatological position that fits a Christian like a glove. No hermeneutical gymnastics are required and nothing is surrendered to the liberal camp. Unlike dispensationalism, it fully maintains the integrity of the Bible and it’s infallibility. It is the only solution to the problem on “non-occurrence” used by so many to undermine Christianity. Continue reading “Virgil Vaduva: An Answer to Gromacki’s “Where is the Church in Revelation 4-19?” (2002)”
We have now exposed this doctrine for what it is: A man-made doctrine filled with untruths. Hopefully, we have made this convoluted doctrine somewhat understandable, so as to prepare you so that you will not be tempted to embrace it. Continue reading “J.R. Bronger: Realized Eschatology – The Poisonous Belief (1999)”
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Calvin, then, was, on the whole, a Preterist. He saw in the history of the world before the times of the Messiah the fulfillment of the Visions of this Book. They extended from Nebuchadnezzar to Nero.