The destruction of the Jewish nation is not mentioned by Jesus Christ, as a threatened calamity which might be averted by repentance, but as a decree which was fixed and unalterable.
The defects of his hypothesis as a full and reasoned conception of Christianity are striking and palpable.
the judgments were destined to alight upon Idumea, but rather an ideal representation of the judgments are preparing to alight on the enemies generally of God’s people.
the “destruction of Jerusalem” tends to mislead souls, blot out the Christian’s hope, and destroy the value of Scripture as a definite testimony to anything
Now the whole just amounts to this, that the only way to prove a hell of endless punishment, must be to prove that what is said by the prophets
As great a desolation as Jerusalem hath London deserved. Whatsoever of Jerusalem I have written was but to lend her a looking-glass. Now enter I into my true tears, my tears for London
No vision, no revelation, no comfort for the people left; nor prophet, nor priest, nor any to speak in the name of the Lord.
There seems to be a vast amount of confusion on our Lord’s words of Matthew 24. His words there have given rise to many unique and strange, such as Scofieldism
there are, probably, many learned Hebrews who will be astonished to hear that he who propounded them has maintained that all prophecy, extending to Israel as a nation, has already been fulfilled.
Preterism still struggled to gain credibility within other Protestant countries, especially England.