Such turns of a phrase are known elsewhere in Scripture, indicating the personal reception of a promise. Take, for instance, the account of Simeon in Luke 2:25-26 Continue reading “Todd Dennis: Matthew 16:27-28 is NOT a “Preterist Time Indicator” Pointing to AD70″
Conference video from Carlsbad, New Mexico eschatology conference Continue reading “Todd Dennis: The (New) History of Full Preterism (2007 Video)”
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.
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)”
Within the church there are some real differences of opinion on whether he is to come again or has already returned. Continue reading “Don Dennis: Editorial on the Past Second Coming (1971)”
Hope deferred maketh the heart sick, but when the desire cometh, it is a tree of life
What became of the national Israel upon the advent of Christ?
Who today constitutes the Biblical nation of Israel? Is the early Christian view of Israel anti-semitic? Continue reading “Todd Dennis: Who Are God’s Chosen People? (1995)”
we are to lay hold on that kingdom which cannot be shaken; for the Lord shakes us for this end, that he may really and forever establish us in himself.
The HyP teaching that the New Covenant wasn’t in its full establishment until long after the cross event shows how Hyper Preterism is fundamentally different from Christianity as it has always been known.
The Word of God explicitly declares that Jesus Christ Himself and His work in us is the “end” (the “telos” and the “eschaton”) to which all prophecy ultimately points.
Interestingly, Christ, in response to the question of how many times a man should forgive his brother, responded by saying, “until seventy times seven,” which is the exact amount of time in Daniel’s seventy weeks.
Preterist Idealism is an interpretive method which comprehensively systematizes biblical typology. A broader label, Modern Idealism, refers to the hermeneutical structure of Preterist Idealism. A narrower label, Metamillennialism, refers to the kingdom theology of both Preterist Idealism and Modern Idealism.
That consummation was not only the termination of Israel’s spiritual leadership of the world (Matt. 21:43) but also the inauguration of the new age in which the sting of death is removed for the people of God and they pass at once when they die into the nearer Presence (Parousia) of their Lord.
Continue reading “Sam Frost: Thank You, Todd Dennis (2011)”
In short, the usage of “Apo Arti” in Matthew 26:64 [Apo (“from” – Strongs 575) and Arti (“now on” – Strong’s 737)] is highly suggestive of the themes that have been previously offered at this blog ; that is, a series of revelatory recognitions of the power and glory of Jesus Christ’s dominance by friend and foe alike. Continue reading “Todd Dennis: Matthew 26:64 is NOT a “Preterist Time Indicator” Pointing to AD70 (2008)”