Addressing Preterism

Full Preterism, the Lord’s Supper, and 1 Corinthians 11:25-26 (Addressing Preterism, Part 4)

Full Preterism, the Lord’s Supper, and 1 Corinthians 11:25-26. Full preterism maintains that all biblical prophecy had been fulfilled by the time 70 A.D. had occurred. Accordingly, this particular eschatological understanding teaches that Christ’s Second Coming occurred in 70 A.D….
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Does “All These Things” Include Christ’s Parousia? (Addressing Preterism, Part 3)

Does “All These Things” Include Christ’s Parousia? One Scripture passage in particular which all preterists reference as evidence for their position is the Olivet Discourse (Matt. 24; Mark 13; Luke 21), a passage that constitutes Jesus’ own teaching on the…
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Addressing False Assumptions (Addressing Preterism, Part 2)

At this particular juncture, I want to address several false assumptions which, in my experience, preterists at times make. First, simply because the vast majority of the NT Scriptures were written prior to A.D. 70 (even assuming an early date…
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Preterism: Undermining the Protestant Reformation (Part 1, Intro)

The past several decades have witnessed the dramatic rise of preterism within Protestant evangelicalism. That being said, what is preterism? The term preterism is derived from the Latin praeteritum meaning ‘the past’ and resultantly refers to the eschatological view that…
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