The End Times Podium

A Preterist's Notes on the Bible

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The purpose of this website is to proclaim the victorious gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. We no longer need to anxiously ‘hold the fort’; Jesus fulfilled the Law and the Prophets by returning in judgement exactly when and how He said He would. Jesus kept all His promises!

Many in the world today are fascinated by conspiracy theories and doomsday scenarios, sadly many believers are likewise prone to fantasy and fiction instead of sound interpretation of prophecy. It is essential that Christians study the Scriptures for themselves to develop a sound understanding of the ‘end times’.

Some purport a strawman argument that we should not become obsessed with biblical prophecy and the ‘last days’. Consequently, many believers fall prey to the false predictions of numerous ‘TV evangelists’ and false prophets. These prophets of doom repeatedly discredit Christianity, yet they are never held accountable.

This website presents Christianity from a Preterist’s perspective.

On numerous occasions comparison between Preterism and Dispensionalism is made to highlight the contrasting worldviews of these doctrines.

Footnote:

Definition of Preterism:

Preterism teaches that all ‘end times’ prophecy was fulfilled by AD 70. Also known as Fulfilled Covenant Eschatology, this teaching upholds the view that the ‘last days’ were fulfilled when Old Covenant Israel passed away, with the establishment of the New Covenant in AD 70.

We are not living in the ‘end times’ today!

Definition of Dispensationalism:

Dispensationalism is rooted in the writings of John Nelson Darby (1800–1882) and the Plymouth Brethren Movement. The concept consists of a distinctive eschatological ‘end times’ perspective. All proponents hold to Premillennialism and the majority to a Pretribulation Rapture.

Dispensationalism teaches that the nation of Israel is distinct from the Church, and God has yet to fulfil His promises to national Israel. These include the land promise and a Millennium kingdom, whereupon Christ, at a future physical return, will rule the world from Jerusalem for a thousand years.

Alexander Gibb

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