O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?
The Prophet Whiteboy has not received any gifts yet
Ed Hassertt has recently left preterism and one of the main reasons is as follows
“To me it seems preterism has become a convenient theology for those who want to have a “biblical” excuse to leave the oversight and authority of a local church, and want to be on their own.”
This kind of caught me off guard. I haven’t met anyone in the preterist circles that has claimed they came to the preterist view because they needed a reason to ditch their local Baptist congregation.
Sam recently wrote an article which he lashes out(rawr!) against Ken Palmer for giving his two cents on Sams recent string of articles and therefore concluding that Sam never understood Preterism and still doesnt get it now.
Sam retaliates with the "ad hom" response which will probably fall on deaf ears except for the few people who have miraculously became his best buddys in the last 2 months. I have to agree with Kens conclusions and simply visiting Sams site would back…Continue
I dont know how many of you are on facebook ,but have you seen the growing community of preterist out there?
I was suprised not only by the numbers but also by the age. It seems a lot are in the mid 20s .
Ive also been going on Pal Talk recently and have been in some interesting discussions with a lot of futurist and suprised at their willingness to listen.
I can only guess that the left behind/kill a heifer view is starting to wear on people.
The death of partial preterism
Partial Preterism (also known as creedal or empirical preterism)has been receiving round after round of scrutiny that not only has made some of its followers run for the hills but have the partials admitting what they actually believe and its astounding.
I was listening to a local radio station today which has their version of the bible answer man. The question of Partial Preterism and Gary Demar was talked about and both the caller and the host…Continue