Does Preterism Lead To Atheism?

I’ve been reading more and more comments recently, to the effect that “I used to be a Christian, but am now an atheist. But before I left Christianity, I was a Preterist.” This naturally raises the question of whether there is something within Preterist theological understanding that inclines towards skepticism and/or infidelity. Of course, I…

On Biblical Vs. Preteristic Meanings Of “Heaven And Earth”

One of the first things a Bible student must do, when approaching the doctrines of Preterism, is distinguish between types that are purely Genetic in origin, and those that are Mosaic. This will allow him/her to separate the layers of fulfillment and discern what was fulfilled and what wasn’t. When we refer to the “omega…

Is The Parousia A Personal Coming?

Preterists often tell us that the “parousia” mentioned in Matthew 24: 3 is not a personal coming of Christ, but a figurative and providential one.  But does this really agree with the Scriptures?  In this brief study, we explore the concept of Christ’s coming as the “Son of Man,” and what it implies.  We conclude that…

The Key of Prophetic Interpretation

  Whenever we examine the context of Scripture, we do so with the intent of discovering what the Word of God has revealed to us. In the field of prophecy, examination of context is important, for without a careful reading, we’ll be apt to wander from the truth. This has been evidenced in the case…

The Orange Mailman- Me? A Preterist? No, No, No.

Me? A Preterist? No, No, No. After my posts on Preterism a while back, I had some mixed reactions.  My posts were aimed at proving that the Futurist position is the superior one.  In a nutshell, I was striving to show that the things that were fulfilled in 70 A.D. were a literal fulfillment of…

“This Generation”–The Gateway To Hymeneusville

  Despite the wide proliferation of heresies on the internet, the children of God may still protect themselves with the sword of truth.  Yes, I thank the Lord that the Bible is still effective in combating false views and erroneous systems of doctrine.     Perhaps one of the most vocal heresies of today is that…