Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Monday, December 10, 2012

Why I Left Full Preterism

Samuel Frost was one of the biggest apologists for hyper-preterism. However, he has since changed his mind and converted to orthodox preterism. Here's his new book on his conversion.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Revelation and The First Century

A new book (published by American Vision) by Francis Gumerlock.

We Shall All Be Changed: A Critique of Full Preterism

A new book (published by American Vision) by Joel McDurmon. There has been controversy on Gary DeMar and American Vision's view on hyper-preterism. Well, at least we know now they are against it.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Raptureless by Jonathan Welton

Welton holds to the preterist view. You can buy his book Raptureless: An Optimistic Guide to the End of the World here (website here).

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Novels based on preterism

Hank Hanegraaff's and Sigmund Brouwer's trilogy is now available:

The Last Disciple
The Last Sacrifice
The Last Temple

The Last Disciple and The Last Sacrifice first came out years ago without The Last Temple. Now, all three books are available.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Greg Bahnsen vs David Chilton

I thought this piece of information was interesting. It appears Greg Bahnsen (RIP) was against what's easily the most popular known contemporary commentary on the book of Revelation from an orthodox preterist point of view, The Days of Vengeance. Bear in mind, Chilton was an orthodox preterist when he wrote Days of Vengeance (he died a hyper-preterist later in life). But still Greg Bahnsen, after reading the book, could not recommend it. Here's his critique.

While I admire Greg Bahnsen's contributions to the preterist camp, I, personally, would still recommend Chilton's commentary.

David Lowman Eschatology Lectures Back Up!

David Lowman (author of the "I was a Teenage Dispensationalist" blog) has his popular 19 lectures back up. Check it out.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Vic Reasoner's Commentary on Revelation

Here's (at the bottom-right under "Reveling in Revelation - Vic Reasoner - June 2001 - October 2002") a 53-part lecture on the book of Revelation by Vic Reasoner (author of A Fundamental Wesleyan Commentary on Revelation).

Friday, November 4, 2011

Victorious Eschatology by Eberle and Trench

This book is good but I recommend it with reservation and caution. Authors Harold R. Eberle and Martin Trench do NOT call hyper-preterism heretical! Although Eberle and Trench make it clear they do NOT agree with hyper-preterism they still cite and recommend a few of their works, like John L. Bray's, John R. Noe's, and Kurt Simmons' works. I fear this book may legitimize the hyper-preterist position. But, for what it's worth, Victorious Eschatology is a solid view of the partial-preterist view.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Friday, August 12, 2011

Is Drudge Report dispensationalist friendly?

At, they have this article under the quoted-link: "MARK OF THE BEAST? Electronic tattoo has medical, gaming, spy uses..."

It looks like dispies are going to go nutts over this.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Gregory A. Boyd on Preterism

"For my part, I find the arguments for the preterist reading of Revelation quite compelling, though I also believe there are paradigmatic spiritual truths found throughout the book, as the idealist camp argues."

- Greg Boyd

Boyd gives a lecture on the Olivet Discourse here.