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

The Body of the Son of Man (Part 1)

According to the Gospel of John, Jesus, the man, was raised and glorified the morning of his resurrection.  John has no ascension scene at the end of his Gospel.  I believe this simple proposition can be more than adequately deduced from his Gospel.

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The Resurrection of the Body

I have been wanting to write this article for some time so that when asked, “what do you believe the resurrection of the body means?”,

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A Man Will Judge the World

BEING THEN GOD’S OFFSPRING, WE OUGHT NOT TO THINK THAT THE DIVINE BEING IS LIKE GOLD OR SILVER OR STONE, AN IMAGE FORMED BY THE

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In the Days of His Flesh

In a recent radio debate with Sam Frost, hyperpreterist Don Preston appealed to Hebrews 5:7 to suggest that Jesus Christ ditched His body. According to

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