The Days of Vengeance is an extraordinary exposition of the book of Revelation and will undoubtedly be welcomed as a cool drenching rain upon a dry, thirsty ground. Continue reading “David Chilton Lecture Series “The Days of Vengeance” (1987 Audio)”
They scoffed at the claims made by Jesus that the temple would be destroyed and Jesus Himself would be the one to make it happen before their generation passed away. Since more than 30 years had passed since Jesus made this prediction, and the temple was still standing with no indication that it would be destroyed in less than a decade, they began to mock the words of Jesus. Continue reading “Gary DeMar: 2 Peter 3 – The Passing Away of Heaven and Earth (2010)”
Chilton was only a full Preterist for 6 months before he died. How much do you think he was able to rethink in that amount of time? How much did you have all worked out within 6 months of becoming a full Preterist? Do you honestly think that if he lived for just one more year he would have been where is was when he died? You of all people know it takes time to rethink one’s entire theological understanding.
Continue reading “Sam Frost: David Chilton on Full Preterism, Part Two (2011)”
Todd Dennis then asks, “Does such a grand future expectation (the “Paradise Mandate”) yet to be consummated still qualify as full preterism? If the Bible anticipates world-wide conversion, wouldn’t that be a prophecy as of yet unfulfilled?” Yes, Todd, it would. Continue reading “Sam Frost: David Chilton on Full Preterism, Part One (2011)”
I cannot recommend my friend David’s commentary on Revelation. Continue reading “Greg Bahnsen: Another Look at Chilton’s Days of Vengeance (1988)”
That fact presents Christians with a dilemma: If Jesus was wrong in His prediction (as theological liberals have been saying for many years), we have a much bigger problem than an academic theological issue regarding the doctrine of Eschatology
Continue reading “David Chilton: Foreword to What Happened in AD70? (1996)”
Those who ignore the Idumean invasion of the Temple cannot deal with Jesus’ statement in Matthew 24 that the abomination of desolation stood in the holy place.
Continue reading “James Jordan: The Abomination of Desolation (1988)”
It is the suggestion of the present writer that most (but not all) of the “doomsday” statements of Jesus related, not to the final Judgment of all humanity, but to what we might call the “Messianic Judgment” of Jerusalem and the old order culminating in the destruction of AD 70.
Continue reading “David Seargant: Millennium Now (1982)”
…Accordingly it appears to me, that the misfortunes of all men, from the beginning of the world, if they be compared to these of the Jews, are not so considerable as they were….
Thanks for coming to the source! PRETERISTS do NOT “repudiate the Second Advent, the resurrection, the final judgment, and so forth” – they just *affirm* that they HAPPENED in AD 70! Continue reading “Email Exchanges with David Chilton (1996)”