The following may seem unbelievable. However, all information below is taken from unbiased historical records and is easily verifiable. Sources are also listed at the bottom of the page. Continue reading “Daniel Morias: Jesus, the Son of Man, was LITERALLY Seen in the Clouds in A.D. 66 (2015)”
Jesus is shifting his attention from the destruction of the temple in AD 70 to his second coming at the end of history. In this and the next few articles I will present more than a dozen arguments for the transition in Matthew 24. Continue reading “Ken Gentry: AD70 and the Second Advent in Matthew 24 (2014)”
More specifically, citing Paul’s teaching, Sproul stated that those who died will rise first and be taken up into the air and those who are alive at the second coming of Christ will also be taken up to meet the Lord as he descends. Continue reading “Audrey Barrick: Theologian Clarifies Rapture, Last Days Beliefs (2011)”
The apostle Paul seemed to have a theology very much like modern hyper-preterism in mind when he penned that verse.
the Fall of Jerusalem was, in the fullest sense, the Second Advent of the Son of Man which was primarily contemplated by the earliest voices of prophecy
While most of us are conditioned to think of the Second Coming as the beginning of our escape or rapture from the world, nothing could have been further from St. Paul’s mind. Continue reading “N. T. Wright on the Second Coming of Christ (2010 Video)”
Now with regard to the Præterist Scheme, on the review of which we are first to enter, it may be remembered that I stated it to have had its origin with the Jesuit Alcasar
If Jesus, in His Olivet Discourse, intertwined the destruction of the Temple and His Parousia in such a manner that they are debatably indistinguishable from each other, would it not be reasonable to hypothesize that what happened historically in A.D.70 was the end of all theophanies?
The first attempt to assign all to the destruction of Jerusalem until we reach Matt. xxv. 31, is utterly untenable and indeed absurd
So long, then, as Popery is not utterly overthrown, destroyed, the Lord has not come.
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!
The phrase “this generation”, as used by Jesus in Matthew 24:34, clearly is not the generation of people living when He first gave the Olivet teaching. It is important, when studying Scripture, especially the apocalyptic literature of the Bible, that one employs all the hermeneutical tools necessary
It was a total pleasure being in Washington at Capitol Hill on Monday, April 15th for the Pro-Israel Rally in front of Capitol Hill. I was emotionally moved by the experience.
If Full Preterism is arbitrary and prejudiced in its interpretation, it also falls prey to the criticism of being arbitrary and also inconsistent and in its hermeneutic.
It is illogical for one to think that YAHSHUA gave this vitally important revelation less than four years before His return.