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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Resurrection

Resurrection, the Hope of Israel, and the Song of Moses

Though the entire Song of Moses has strong elements of prophecy, this section was particularly striking as it pertains to the resurrection we now have in Christ. For some time I have contended (and still do) that the fullness of resurrection comes from the OC Israelite hope of being planted in their land. To them that was resurrection. And we…

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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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Significant Historical Excerpts

The Road Back to Preterism

Any discussion of eschatology’s history in the church should begin with Jesus and the apostles, for they are the fount whence our instruction flows. And here there can be no dispute: Jesus and the apostles were plainly Preterists. Jesus’ very ministry began with the clarion call that the eschatological kingdom long foretold by the prophets was “at hand.”   “Now…

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