Dispensationalism Vs. Preterism
Biblical Truth-isms are blowing in the wind my friends.
Preterism is a view in Christian eschatology which holds that some or all of the biblical prophecies concerning the Last Days refer to events which took place in the first century after Christ’s birth, especially associated with the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD. The term preterism comes from the Latin praeter, meaning past, since this view deems certain biblical prophecies as past, or already fulfilled.
Preterism is most dramatically contrasted with Futurism, the view that most prophecies regarding the End times, and passages referring to Last Days, Great Tribulation, and Judgment are still future and will immediately precede the return of Christ. Proponents of preterist views generally fall in one of two categories: Partial Preterism or Full Preterism, read more.
Published on Sep 23, 2015
In this informative video, Bible teacher Steve Gregg responds to a video in which Dispensationalists Jack Hibbs, Mark Hitchcock and Paul Wilkinson discuss the topic of “Replacement Theology” (properly known as Supersessionism).