Partial - believe there is prophecy in the Bible that is yet to come to pass.
Full - believe that all prophecy in the Bible has come to pass.
To boil it down as general as we can make it...
Have you read of the Abomination of Desolation before? We will talk about the Bible verses that reveal this to us, and find out what the real meaning is of this well-known phrase of apocalypse. #abominationofdesolation #apocalypse #prophecy
Does 1 Thessalonians teach a rapture event, where people vanish out of their shoes, or fly up to heaven while the world of unbelievers watches? Let's talk through it together. #rapture #raptureready #endtimes #prophecy
Revelation 20: Was it Thousand or Thousands?
Let's look at the oldest manuscripts to find out.
#revelation #thousand #chilia #millennium
Ten Reasons the Millennium is a Literal 1,000 Years
#millennium #prophecy #preterism #1000years
A prophecy was given to Adam, that in 5,500 years, God would send the Messiah to redeem him from death, from Hades... and restore him to Eden. #enoch #septuagint #prophecy #preterism
Is the book of Revelation allegorical? Symbolic? If we come to it with new eyes...
Jen Fishburne has gone through so many flavors and belief systems in Christianity throughout her life. She adopted Full Preterism and learned from Don Preston. Then she learned Israel-Only doctrine, and now has discarded her Christian beliefs entirely. She doesn't believe in it any longer. This is more common than you might think, and I have some things to say in response to this. Please watch this video.
What is Covenant Theology, or Covenant Eschatology? Can you break up the Biblical history into timeframes by covenant? How important are the covenants to human history?
Don Preston has a view of the Millennium that is shared by many Full Preterists and Partial Preterists, alike. Many other eschatologists share this Amillennial view as well, making the Millennium something completely metaphorical and ignoring the clear teaching of Revelation 20 on this topic. In this video my goals are to:
A timeline of the years 30 AD to 70 AD, that overlays the spiritual events of the first century with the physical events. A 3-dimensional timeline of Heaven, Earth, and Hades.
1. Some Background
2. The Vision
We examine the eschatology of Polycarp by looking through his Epistle to the Philippians.
Eschatology from Polycarp's Epistle to the Phillipians
Written in about 110 AD (estimate).
This is a timeline of major (prophetic) events of the years leading up to and after 70 AD.
2 Peter 3:8 But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day [is] with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.
Why does it matter?
If this verse is presenting a "rule" by which we can interpret prophecy throughout the Scriptures, then timeframes in prophecies are malleable and fluid.
This is specific to the view of Full Preterists, and many Partial Preterists, in the case of the interpretation of the 1,000-year period mentioned in Revelation 20. This is most often referred to as "The Millennium".
He said this because the Christians were anxious concerning the prophecies given by Christ, spoken of by the apostles.
Here are the questions from my viewer:
Q#1 how long is this little season?
In eschatology, there is much disagreement over the phrase "New Heavens and New Earth". This disagreement most commonly arises between Preterists and Dispensationalists, the former taking this phrase as a reference to the old covenant & temple, while the latter sees it literally as a re-making of the known universe.
So let's look at all the mentions in the Bible and other texts of this phrase and see if we can come up with some sort of consensus on the matter. Specifically I want to answer these questions:
I have studied the Bible for over 40 years. I focus on the Scripture itself, and study the surrounding writings with the same veracity. Bringing literary and historical context to Bible study.