Kurschner and Hays: Preterism’s Literalistic Interpretation of Jesus is Coming “Soon” (En Tachei)

preterist interpreters inveigh against futurists for being “literalistic” in their interpretations. Yet, I actually find many of their interpretations literalistic, as in this case, interpreting “soon” as being fulfilled within a few years at the destruction of the Jerusalem temple in 70 AD Continue reading “Kurschner and Hays: Preterism’s Literalistic Interpretation of Jesus is Coming “Soon” (En Tachei)”

Is the Rapture Biblical — and Will Non-Christians Really Be ‘Left Behind’? Theologians Battle Over End Times Prophecy

As for the rapture as embraced by Rhodes, among others, he said it isn’t found in the Bible, proclaiming in an episode of his radio show last year: “There’s not a rapture in the sense of a pre-tribulation rapture.” Continue reading “Is the Rapture Biblical — and Will Non-Christians Really Be ‘Left Behind’? Theologians Battle Over End Times Prophecy”