New to Preterism?
It's one of the four major views of Revelation and biblical end-times:
- Preterism - Past fulfillment
- Historicism - Ongoing fulfillment
- Futurism - Future fulfillment
- Idealism - Repetitive fulfillment
Taking the inspired New Testament authors at their word!
When the disciples asked Jesus what would be the sign of His coming, He responded by saying, "Truly, I say to you, this generation will not pass away till all these things take place" (Matt 24:34 ESV). Preterism believes that it is time for Christianity to stop redefining "this generation" and take another look at Jesus' words. Jesus' generation asked Him the question. Jesus replied to His generation. And He said "this" generation.
While some opponents of preterism have accused us of basing our eschatology on just Matthew 24:34, nothing could be further from the truth. There are literally hundreds of explicit and implicit timing passages in the New Testament. Unlike some Old Testament messianic prophecies which indicated a far-distant future, not one New Testament time statement so much as hints at a distant time for Christ's return.
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You've Gotta Be Kidding . . . Right?
A nonconfrontational, entertaining introduction to preterism.
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The Kingdom Bible
This collaborative effort by many preterist contributors is based on the public domain texts of the World English Old Testament and the King James Clarified New Testament, and removes the futurist bias present in most modern translations.
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Hmmm . . .
We're still thinking about this spot.
Preterism . . . it's about time!
It's about the time that Jesus and the inspired New Testament authors said He would return
(soon, near, at hand, quickly, etc.).
It's about time for a scriptural explanation other than delay!
It's about time for a "last days" view that doesn't conjure up gaps and parenthetical ages!
Perhaps it's time for you to explore preterism. We're not telling you what to think - just giving you something to think about.