Meek and Thevenot: The Preterist-Idealist View of Eschatology: Some Threshold Reflections (2016)

Two well-known men who have abandoned the full preterist label and adopted the preterist-idealist label are John Noe and Todd Dennis. Both of these men are outstanding scholars. The perspectives of these men differ, and we will attempt to highlight how each sees eschatology. 

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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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Augustine: The City of God (426)

Therefore they pertain partly to the bond maid who gendereth to bondage, that is, the earthly Jerusalem, which is in bondage with her children; but partly to the free city of God, that is, the true Jerusalem eternal in the heavens, whose children are all those that live according to God in the earth: but there are some things among them which are understood to pertain to both — to the bond maid properly, to the free woman figuratively.

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