The following is a helpful article responding to preterism and their interpretation of “the end of the age,” which they construe as the Jewish age.
Dr. Mike Stallard writes:
“Even though preterism has gained some traction in modern Christendom, the teaching of preterism may not be gaining much ground among Protestants in North America.2 In a recent phone survey of Protestant pastors on January 8-22, 2016, two questions surfaced the current state of affairs. First, in response to the question – “when will the biblical rapture occur?” – only 1% responded as preterists. Second, in response to the query – “which view illustrates your views on Antichrist?” – 6% said they believe that the Antichrist arose as a figure in past history, the lowest of the categories. This does not mean that there has been no increase of scholarly attempts to propagate the view among Christians. Likewise, this low turnout for preterism does not suggest that futurists can ignore this doctrinal position in its defense of biblical truth. With that in mind, this case study will provide an analysis of an older work defending moderate preterism, R. C Sproul’s The Last Days According to Jesus.” READ MORE HERE…