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    Quote Originally Posted by Pentecost View Post
    Interesting questions. Even more, I wonder if there is a difference between for example, a millenialists and premillennialists.
    A difference in what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by One Bad Pig View Post
    A difference in what?
    A difference in how easy it is to recognize the resurrection as an eventual fact. Because even preterists accept the general resurrection as far as I know, but would it perhaps be easier for a lay member of a dispensational church?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pentecost View Post
    A difference in how easy it is to recognize the resurrection as an eventual fact.
    What does the timing of the general resurrection vis-a-vis the millennium have to do with that?
    Because even preterists accept the general resurrection as far as I know, but would it perhaps be easier for a lay member of a dispensational church?
    Hyperpreterists do not accept a literal resurrection, but I don't think that has anything to do with their view of the millennium.
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    If I meant hyperpreterists I would have said hyperpreterists. There are several forum members who prefer "Preterist" over "orthodox Preterist."

    I don't know, maybe some groups emphasize that more than others. I'm asking questions. I do not have much to contribute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pentecost View Post
    If I meant hyperpreterists I would have said hyperpreterists. There are several forum members who prefer "Preterist" over "orthodox Preterist."

    I don't know, maybe some groups emphasize that more than others. I'm asking questions. I do not have much to contribute.
    Every preterist of which I'm aware is quite firmly committed to a factual general resurrection. Does that help? And preterists are either amill (like me) or post-mill (Dee Dee, IIRC)
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