eschatology, Fulfilled Prophecy, Olivet Discourse, Responding to the Critics

Was the Fall of Jerusalem the Good News of the Kingdom? #7

Was the Fall of Jerusalem the Good News of the Kingdom? #7 In our last installment of this series I shared some thoughts on the “good news of the kingdom” of Matthew 24:14, I shared some thoughts on the significant word family (episunago / episunagogee). These words are used in the Tanakh to speak of the eschatological gathering to the…

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Preterist Introduction

What is Preterism?

The term “preterism” is derived from the Latin praeteritus, meaning that which has past. (Praeteritus is the past participle of praeterire, to go before: prae (comparative of before) ire, to go.)  The term is derived from Matt. 24:34 where it occurs in the Latin to describe the time of Christ’s Second Coming:  "Verily I say unto you, This generation shall…

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Glossary of Terms

Glossary of Terms

We have had requests for a glossary of terms for those visiting our site. We appreciate suggestions for how we may better communicate! Sometimes theological terms can be a bit confusing to those who are not familiar with them. As speakers and writers, we sometimes assume that our audience is totally Awith us@ in our terminology. In response to to…

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