December 28th 2010, 04:51 AM #1
Preterist Blog - Another sneaky hyperpreterist (sort of)
Following is a conversation that I had with an individual that cold-called me via email. This is a technique that is widely used by hyperpreterists. However, I say “sort of” because this guy is out there on numerous issues that I wouldn’t want to appear to be saying that all hyperpreterists would agree with.
Enjoy! (or not)
Here is a preterist book - which investigates the signs of the End of the Age, and how they were fulfilled in 70 A.D. Of particular interest are the events desctibed by both Josephus and Tacitus as happening just before the destruction of Jerusalem. These events seem to bear a relationship to the Passion of Christ. I hope you enjoy this book. If so, please pass it on to your brethren. There is no charge. I just hope that through sharing, more things will come to light.
My book can be found here - ******** [NO HERETICAL CRAP ADVERTISED HERE]
On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 11:53 PM, Dee Dee Warren wrote:
Is it hyperpreterist?
sent from dizzle’s iPhoneDear Sir,
It is preterist, though I am not sure how much compared to other people.
On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 12:15 AM, Dee Dee Warren wrote:
Do you believe that Jesus is coming back bodily to resurrect the dead bodily out of their graves —- in our future?
sent from dizzle’s iPhoneHi,
My book is historical - about what has happened. It does not say what will happen. With God, anything is possible.
On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 1:12 AM, dizzle wrote:
I didn’t ask what the book said, I asked what you believe.I share the book, not anything else
CraigOn Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 8:52:28 PM, dizzle wrote:
Interesting. So you won’t tell me if you believe in the Trinity? You don’t think an author of a Christian book should be a Christian? Are you ashamed of what you believe?
So Jesus has returned already……. I can hardly imagine a more momentous conclusion!!
Where does that leave modern day Christianity? I am not sure. Certainly, the implications and reverberations for Christendom are significant. All I know is that we are now living in a new age (Post Second Coming), and have been living in that age for 2000 years. The theologians must work out the ramifications.
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