The claims made by Full Preterists (FP) center on time statements and accuse the futurist of twisting or manipulating time text to arrive at their futuristic paradigm. In opposition the futurist considers what scriptures teach on the nature of these two main events: the second coming and the resurrection of the dead.
William Bell, John Watson, and Don Preston like many other full Preterist (FP) argues that the bible never speaks of a physical bodily resurrection and makes the claim no scripture teaches a physical resurrection of the saints.
, “I generally agree with Mr. Whitsett” - that the early church father all taught a physical, bodily resurrection. “I would agree that the church fathers were smarter and closer to the original context”
Torn, written by Justin Lee is a perfect example of what is wrong with chritianity today. It is a book written to reveal one man’s journey to discover for himself the biblical understanding of homosexuality and the reason for the divide of the chruch over the issue. Christopher Yuan wrote...Read more
My first observation is that so many Bible scholars who live away from or outside the Pentecostal experience seem to speak in specific terms as if there is a complete comprehension of Spiritual Gifts and the operation of such in the church as even described by Paul and Luke in...Read more
Coherence demands that if one thing is true concerning one doctrine then the same principle is true in another doctrine. If Christ's resurrection is of a physical nature and scriptures demand that man will be resurrected, then man must experience the same type of resurrection.
Stephen Whitsett has earned two master’s degrees: Th.M. M.Div. and currently working on his PhD in Theology with studies in Greek, Hebrew, and German languages. He has been a youth pastor for over twenty years and a senior pastor for several more. He has been exposing the Full Preterism paradigm and all its forms (including Rational Preterism) as the fraud it is for now seven years.
I have had now for almost two years a challenge to any group of Hyper Prets to put their money where their mouths are and not one have stepped up to my offer for a public debate, and yet individually claim “lets debate”.
An article appeared in the “Christian Post” where evangelicals stated their case in supporting the candidacy of Joe Biden and several names were used for endorsements. While “who” endorses a position does not automatically or inherently make such a position a correct one as history bears out this truth, they...Read more
Being a Christian does not mean I stick my head in the sand and ignore what goes on around me. There is a certain sense in which we are tempted to appease the other side by avoiding confrontation and many wish that I would “shut up” for various reasons but...Read more
Trent Parrott asked… Bryan Stokes There is one church father, there were apostles and disciples but, no church fathers. The idea that futurists would call them church fathers should tell you that your understanding of scripture is faulty. None of those men were inspired, therefore not guided in all truth...Read more