C. Jonathan Seraiah: The End of All Things – Pantelism Is Heresy (2002)

It is true that the “eschatology” of the New Testament is predominantly preterist. For those unfamiliar with the preterist perspective, it is the ancient view that many of the eschatological passages of the New Testament were fulfilled (completely) in the destruction of Jerusalem in a.d. 70. This view may sound novel, but in reality there have been orthodox adherents to it throughout church history Continue reading “C. Jonathan Seraiah: The End of All Things – Pantelism Is Heresy (2002)”

Rusty Arizona: What Exactly is Hyper-Preterism? (2014)

When approaching the subject of “Hyper-Preterism” it is essential to clarify our terms. There is an important distinction that needs to be made between Partial-Preterism and Hyper-Preterism. Partial-Preterism falls within the realm of Christian Orthodoxy, while Hyper-Preterism is heterodox (outside of Orthodoxy) and therefore a damnable heresy that true Christians cannot believe. Continue reading “Rusty Arizona: What Exactly is Hyper-Preterism? (2014)”