An archive of works against hyper preterism aka full preterism from a confessionally Reformed perspective.
In 2003, Jason embraced hyper-preterism, and along with Sam Frost and Michael Grace, created the Reign of Christ Ministries, which published one of the most popular hyper-preterist blogs and podcasts. He had written a ton of articles in defense of hyper-preterism, recorded over 200 podcast episodes, spoke at two conferences, and began working on what would become the first ever hyper-preterism rap album. He, along with Michael Bennett, also created a site called “Sovereign Grace Preterism,” which took over as the most active hyper-preterist social network following the downfall of Planet Preterist. Jason also worked behind the scenes with several leading hyper-preterists, creating podcasts and websites. He renounced hyper-preterism in 2010 and has since helped numerous people out of the heresy. He has earned a BA at Whitefield College, a MA in Theological Studies at Whitefield Theological Seminary, and is currently pursuing another MA. He serves as the webmaster for Whitefield Media, Whitefield Theological Seminary, Whitefield College, The Gordon H. Clark Foundation, Christ Presbyterian Church; and is currently an ‘officer-in-training’ at Christ Presbyterian Church with Dr. Kenneth Talbot.
In April of this year, Apologia Radio recorded a video podcast entitled, “Engaging The Danger of Hyper-Preterism.” Due to the popularity of Apologia Radio, the
The following is found on the OPC website. Question: What is the OPC’s position on hyperpreterism? Is this something that is acceptable for a minister
There are multiple titles i could create for this video: Don Preston doesn’t understand the Doctrine of Salvation How to help someone out of hyperpreterism
Former hyper preterist Sam Frost & hyper preterist Michael Miano debate whether all prophecy is fulfilled at the Church of the Intercessor in New York.
Ft Meyers : Circa 2013
An interview with Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. on the heretical view of hyper-preterism.
Samuel M. Frost was once a devoted Hyper-Preterist. Now, he’s converted to Orthodox Preterism. In this interview, he explains his conversion.
As we dive head first into a Preterist Post-Millennial view of Eschatology at Apologia, many questions continue to arise. One that has come up a
Chris Arnzen of Iron Sharpens Iron Radio hosted a long awaited debate between former hyper preterist Samuel Frost and hyper preterist Don Preston. You can
With a B.Th., Sam completed a M.A. in Christian Studies and a M.A. in Religion from Whitefield Theological Seminary, Lakeland, Florida (with combined credits in