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One Thing I Love…

One thing I love about theologians who have a past fulfillment view of theology, or Preterists, is the way that they notice and pay attention to details and even entire portions of Scripture that have gone largely unnoticed. When I first began reading preterist exegesis I felt like a beginner again, even though I hadContinue Reading

Was the Gospel Preached To All the World?

When you’re speaking with someone who is new to the topic of fulfilled eschatology, there is one objection that often comes up. It goes something like this, “Well the Parousia (coming of Jesus) could not have happened in 70AD because the Bible says the Gospel has to be preached to the whole world first.” AndContinue Reading

The Big “So What?”

Here is my response to a friend who recently asked me about The Big ‘So What’ of a fulfilled gospel view, or preterism. So what if it’s true that everything was fulfilled? What difference does it make in your daily life? Well, here’s my answer to that today. “Dear —- , I heard that youContinue Reading

The Kingdom Is …Here!

Where is the Kingdom of God? The Kingdom is IN and AMONG us! Luke 11:20 But if it is by the finger of God that I cast out demons, then the Kingdom of God HAS COME upon you. Luke 17:20-21  (AMP) The Kingdom of God does NOT come with VISIBLE display, Nor will people say,Continue Reading

The Kingdom is Like… Part I

The Kingdom is like… life ‘in Christ’ But what does it mean to be or live ‘In Christ’? Is ‘in Christ’ a place? Is it a state of mind? Is it membership to something? Is it salvation? I’ve often wondered how to understand this concept. I try to picture it in my mind, but itContinue Reading