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“When the plain sense of the scripture makes common sense, seek no other sense.” Therefore, take every word at its primary, usual, meaning, unless the facts of the immediate context, studied in the light of related passages and fundamental truths, clearly indicate otherwise”.

Full Preterism: The Assault on Orthodox Christianity

by Stephen Whitsett

The number one assault on Orthodox Christianity today is the reemergence of the Hymenaeus and Philetus heresy in saying the resurrection is past and so by default so is the second coming, fulfilled in AD 70. This view is known as Full, Realized, or Hyper Eschatology. In this view it denies the Incarnation of Christ, the visible return of Christ yet future, and the bodily resurrection of the saints, and yet still wants to be labeled as Christian and is evolving from within the Church of Christ.

My goal for this book is that any person and any “Full Preterist” (FP) can pick this up and follow the logic of thought, along with an apologetic theology, and conclude that FP simply does not work and is flawed from conception. My purpose is to interact with the written material provided by Full Preterism in the way of articles, books, and even FACEBOOK discussions to demonstrate the inconsistencies associated with the Preterism paradigm. I will assume from the get-go that the readers of this book understands what is Full Preterism and just because there is a D.Div. or even a Th.M. after the author’s name that it means what is between the pages is correct. If the logic employed does not create consistency, coherence with all its parts, and remain logical, then we have accomplished nothing but to create more confusion.

"The first thing to get clear is that, despite widespread opinion to the contrary, during his earthly ministry Jesus said nothing about his return." —N. T. Wright

Your dead shall live; their bodies shall rise. You who dwell in the dust, awake and sing for joy! For your dew is a dew of light, and the earth will give birth to the dead. Isaiah 26:19

When His Son, coming [again], shall destroy the time of the wicked man, and judge the ungodly, and change the-sun, and the moon, and the stars, then shall He truly rest on the seventh day. —Clement of Rome

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