• The After Days

    In Jewish eschatology, there were many different views.  As much as there is today throughout the ecumenical world body, 2nd Temple Judaism procured its own plethora of eschatologi..

  • Preterism, Nero and Domitian

    Was Revelation written under Emperor Claudine Nero? What basis do some preterists have in making the claim that it was, when history records a different story altogether? We are go..

  • The Seed in 1st Corinthians

    Most full preterists aren't familiar with the fact that the seed analogy has a long, historical and theological interpretation that Paul had used as he was merely applying under th..

  • Jesus the Pharisee

    It is common amongst preterists to immediately assign the antagonist for Jesus and His ministry to the Pharisee sect.  By this, it is also easy for preterists willing to break ..

  • Repair the World, Heal the Nations

    The themes surrounding the anticipated expectation of Jesus' return is a delicate area for the Christian to embark on, either ending up in either preterist circles, or vehement..

  • Christ the King and Preterism

    Introduction Preterism has to do with the past-fulfillment of Bible prophecy. In a general sense, all of Christian thought is preteristic. The Gospel itself teaches of a histor..

  • The Mystagogy of Full Preterism

    Mystagogy is the period after the rites of initiation into the Catholic Church. The newcomer, often uneducated in its fundamental doctrines, studies into the wonders in which he or..

  • The Hearing of the Gospel

    It is generally agreed by all, that the Word of God is not delivered through any other means than (1) by the proclamation of it in the Church, and (2) through the Spirit speaking t..

  • Certainly sure, and sometimes near

    I want to address a theme that is commonly misused in preterism at large. In preterism, whether full, partial, or whatever else may come one's way, the imminent texts that denote n..

  • The Body of the 1st Corinthian Letter

    It is an ongoing debate in preterism about whether the body of 1 Corinthians 15 is the body of flesh, that is, the man in his physical body, as represented by his fallen nature, or..

  • Like His Resurrection

    This resurrection from the dead. A difficult study, that can keep one from removing themselves from Christian church and hope. Let's get right into it. What happened in Ma..

  • Was Historic Christianity united on eschatology?

      I was upset the first time I read the Parousia by Stuart Russell and I threw the book against the wall. It removed some of the basic principles that have unified histor..

  • Spearheading the Rapture Doctrine Historically

    Starting form scratch through the various elements surrounding the rapture doctrine is something I don't want to take on. This is something one can briefly educate themselves on si..

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The After Days

In Jewish eschatology, there were many different views.  As much as there is today throughout the ecumenical world body, 2nd Temple Judaism procured its own plethora of eschatological viewpoints. However, like all Orthodox viewpoints have fundamental tenets, so did Judaism regarding a handful of doc[...]

Preterism, Nero and Domitian

Was Revelation written under Emperor Claudine Nero? What basis do some preterists have in making the claim that it was, when history records a different story altogether? We are going to examine the internal and external evidence, hoping to address this matter for the historical preterist and to be [...]

The Seed in 1st Corinthians

Most full preterists aren't familiar with the fact that the seed analogy has a long, historical and theological interpretation that Paul had used as he was merely applying under the backdrop of Jesus Christ as the Messiah. All full preterists generally merely miss this very important detail. Paul wa[...]

Jesus the Pharisee

It is common amongst preterists to immediately assign the antagonist for Jesus and His ministry to the Pharisee sect.  By this, it is also easy for preterists willing to break from historic Christianity to completely malign the early church fathers for similar reasons as being antagonist to the [...]

Christ the King and Preterism

Introduction Preterism has to do with the past-fulfillment of Bible prophecy. In a general sense, all of Christian thought is preteristic. The Gospel itself teaches of a historical event that became realized in the past. Protestants can hold the historic reformed view and still teach of the past[...]

The Mystagogy of Full Preterism

Mystagogy is the period after the rites of initiation into the Catholic Church. The newcomer, often uneducated in its fundamental doctrines, studies into the wonders in which he or she has just been initiated into, a longstanding vicar to orthodoxy, which not only affects the newcomer, but the old m[...]