Other Preterist Events

Fulfilled Prophecy Seminar

Jesus taught that hewould come again beforehis generation passedaway. Many would denythat he did, making ourLord a false prophet. Fulfilled Prophecy showsthat he came again as hepromised, proving him tobe a True Prophet of God. Daleville Church of ChristDaleville, Alabama Announcing Fulfilled Prophecy Seminar   February 10th to 12th Thursday 6 to 9 PM Glenn Hill, Wm Bell, Don Preston…

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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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Podcast Links

Preterism in Practice (Curtis and Preston)

Discussion with David Curtis of Berean Bible Churchand Don Preston of Ardmore Church of Christ discuss what affects if any preterism has on their congregations.  NOTE:  Mr. Curtis is a preacher at a Reformed/Calvinistic church & Mr. Preston is a preacher at a Freewill/Arministic church, thus we will be able to determine common affects between both theological camps.   You…

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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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Fall of Jerusalem

The Second Coming Heb. 9:28

Hebrews 9:28 is generally one of the first verses offered as proof there is to be a yet future return of Jesus. Let us notice a few things about the text. The inspired writer says in verse 26 Jesus had appeared "once" to put away sin by sacrificing himself. The Greek word translated once is "hapax" and normally means "once…

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