Keith Mathison’s Preterist Hermeneutic and Flawed Presuppositions

I have always believed that hyper-preterism (which is heresy because they deny the future resurrection) is more consistent than partial-preterism, albeit they are consistently wrong. (It goes without saying that I believe futurism is the only feasible, consistent interpretation of Jesus, Paul, and the book of Revelation.) It is not surprising to see a hyper-preterist […]

A Reply to Ken Gentry’s Preterism

Steve Hays makes some salient points against preterism here. One point that is often overlooked by preterists is: iii) Gentry says the futurist interpretation renders the prophecies of Revelation irrelevant to the 1st century generation of readers. But by parity of argument, the preterist interpretation renders the prophecies irrelevant to later generations. If what was […]