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If you could sum up End Times Bible Prophecy in three words, what would they be?
Partial-Preterist view of the 'End-Times'.
Any additional comments?
The many references to some events spoken of in Revelation and Matthew 24 etc as to be coming soon or in that generation make a lot more sense if they are referring to the destruction of the Temple and the New Covenant replacing the Old. A lot hinges on the dating of Revelation, which would have to be before the destruction of the Temple in A.D. 70.
Soon, surely can't mean 2000 years, can it? This view still leaves the 2nd Coming as future in line with the Nicene creed: 'He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead,
and his kingdom will have no end.'
Great book, well worth getting for an easy to understand, alternative look at a sometimes confusing topic. I listened to it in a day and will no doubt listen to it again in the future.
The Old Testament is a history. It doesn't have a future fulfillment The account of Jesus in the Olivet Discourse was to predict the destruction of the temple after his death and resurrection, a few years later. With such an expansive title: End Times Bible Prophecy, it should have dealt with Revelation too. Is any of it history? If it is, how much is in the future? Both of them are important questions! That wasn't covered in this fairly lengthy book.
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When I heard references to the Apocrypha, not part of the Bible as if it is, and other extra-biblical sources that did not harmonize with scripture I found it hard to give credibility to this work. The tone of the author was condescending to those who don't follow this worldview. That condescension was hypocritical to what the author himself projected through this message. I did find this body of work thought-provoking and there was some good truth to the interpretation of the Olivet discourse.