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Proving Too Much, Part II

I came across one of David Green’s opponents — a friendly seeming young guy named Brian — defending the notion of historic Christianity against innovations like hyper-Preterism. I asked him, more or less, what I posed in yesterday’s post: how can you reject theological novelties like hyper-Preterism on the basis that they are novelties, without […]

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Proving Too Much

David Green is, to the best of my understanding, a Hyper-Preterist, someone who believes that all of the Biblical prophesies were fulfilled by 70 A.D. with the destruction of the Temple. This includes, strangely enough, the resurrection of the body. “Futurists,” reasonably enough, point to 2 Timothy 2:16-18, but the Green’s response is that this […]

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