there is, indeed, an historical connection between full Preterism and Universalism. (But then this is true of every other sect as well.) The historical connection between Preterism and Universalism has now been documented by Todd Dennis Continue reading “Kurt Simmons: The Attack on Full Preterism, Death was Destroyed in AD70? (2007)”
Max King introduces the Biblical theme of the presence of God. Beginning in Genesis and ending in Revelation, Max survey’s God’s presence from Adam through Christ. Continue reading “Max King: The Presence of God, Entire Series (2006)”
Dispensationalists have been taking a beating in recent years from debaters of the Preterist camp, and today they will no longer accept challenges to debate. Let us hope this is a sign that the sun is beginning to set on his dangerous doctrine. Continue reading “Kurt Simmons: The Road Back to Preterism – A Brief History of Eschatology and the Church (2006)”
God equipped the Gentiles to share in Israel’s hope, Israel’s promises, Israel’s New Heaven and Earth, Israel’s New Jerusalem, and Israel’s greater tabernacle. Continue reading “Max King: Marriage and Resurrection (2005)”
The folly of their seeking eschatological perfection by embracing the Law that bound Israel to the flesh could never bring them into the fullness of the promise, just as it could not bring all Israel to fullness apart from Christ. Continue reading “Max King: Dead to the Law (2005)”
This paper will briefly examine the HP position in fours areas: (1) Motivation; (2) Methodology; (3) Claims; and (4) Consequences. Continue reading “Dennis Swanson: Reformation or Retrogression? (2002)”
The leap-frog hermeneutic of premillennialism takes Israel completely out of the range of all things spoken by Moses and the Prophets. Continue reading “Max King: The Problem With Premillennialism (2002)”
Sam, I see that you are “kicking against the goads” as you are trying to disprove Kingism and Prestonism. I think that you are missing a healthy Preterism that sees much of what you currently see as the same truths. Continue reading “Eckhart-Frost: Preterist Perspectives Discussion & Debate (2017)”
Beginning in this issue is a series of articles, which I have asked Bill Reeves to write; reviewing a new book by Brother Max King entitled The Spirit of Prophecy.
In this allegory, the A.D. 70 advocate believes that he finds comfort and support for his doctrine. Instead, he finds a refutation of it!