An archive of works against hyper preterism aka full preterism from a confessionally Reformed perspective.

From Orthodoxy to Orthodoxy: The Journey to and from Hyper-Preterism : Whitefield Media

An interview with Jason Bradfield. Jason embraced Christ his senior year of high school in 1993; served two years as a youth minister in Anniston, AL and Houma, LA with the Southern Baptist denomination; and briefly attended New Orleans Theological Seminary. During a stretch of around three years, he took the good news of the Kingship of Christ to some of the most poverty stricken areas of Anniston and Birmingham, AL, as well as New Orleans, LA, in the form of Hip Hop. He embraced ‘full preterism’ in 2oo3 and renounced it in 2o1o. Jason resides in Central FL with his wife Amanda and children Jordan, Alexis, Kaylee, and Anna; and is currently enrolled in the MDiv program with Whitefield Theological Seminary.

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Dying You Shall Die

Rev. Kenneth Talbot, Ph.D., Th.D.Professor of Theology and ApologeticsWhitefield Theological SeminaryLakeland, Florida Throughout the history of the Christian Church there have been various doctrines rejected

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Christ According to the Flesh

Over the years, i have pointed out numerous examples of bad hyper-preterist ‘exegesis’ and arguments, especially from Don Preston, and some of these points have

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