Victorious eschatology makes a convincing argument that the biblical prophecies concerning the "last days" or the "end times" were literally fulfilled at the time of the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D. The end times marked the ending of the old covenant and the beginning of the new covenant. Jesus literally will return to the earth in the future (see Matthew 24:36-25:46), but none of the signs of Matthew 24:4-34 are expected to precede His return, because they have already occurred. This is known by professional theologians as the Partial Preterist view of eschatology, and it is the view with which I personally identify.
- C. Peter Wagner, Dominion!: How Kingdom Action Can Change the World, p. 61-62 (paranthesis his)
Saturday, May 14, 2011
C. Peter Wagner is a Preterist?
I don't know too many charismatics who are preterists, but it appears that C. Peter Wagner is one of them: