Nathan DuBois: Full Preterism vs. Idealism: Part 4: Full Preterism’s Single Dimension Focus (2007)

Full Preterists, in order to maintain the integrity of their hermeneutic, choose to take the timeline-based answer (it is new) over the non timeline-based answer with which they also agree (it is not new).   However, it is a plain contradiction to have something new that is eternal.

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Donald Hochner: Part Two – Greek: Genea (1998)

He further shows that many did not enter the typical rest (promised land) because of unbelief or apostasy, thereby exhorting the believers to remain faithful lest they fall after the same example of unbelief. That generation was a “wilderness” period for the church (30 to 70 AD). Now we have entered His rest and inherited the kingdom of God, New Jerusalem since 70 AD.

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