When Shall These Things Be?: A Reformed Response to Hyper-Preterism
Wow. It is clear from all the comments that a lot of people are very passionate about this topic.
I simply wanted to offer a very brief summary of what I learned from... Read more
I thought that the creedal, historical, and resurrection chapters were by far the strongest. Pratt's usual shpiel about prophetic conditionality and degrees of certainty is applied... Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Clarinet Player
THIS BOOK IS A CLINIC ON HOW NOT TO INTERPRET THE BIBLE!!!
Jesus speaking to the church of Philadelphia in first century Asia Minor... Read more
Keith A. Mathison, director of curriculum development for Ligonier Ministries, initiated a firestorm of controversy within the preterist community with the book he edited: When... Read morePublished on July 17, 2011 by Christian
One has to admire Gentry and Mathison for their willingness to tackle this subject. Gary DeMar frankly disclaims any responsibility to address hyperpreterism, claiming it is... Read morePublished on November 29, 2010 by Book Guy
this book shows the weakness of hyper-creedalism and biblical exegesis. i imagine that there are better books out there that critique hyper-preterism from the dispensational camp. Read morePublished on April 7, 2010 by Todd T. Stevenson
Through the sin of Adam all men are cursed. Man is cursed the days he walks the earth and man is cursed with death. The meaning of death is both spiritual and physical. Read morePublished on February 8, 2010 by Philip S Roeda
As a FORMER 15-year long hyperpreterist who had read WSTTB while I was a hyperpreterist & then later after I left the hyperpreterist movement (in 2007), I hope I can offer the... Read morePublished on August 11, 2009 by Roderick Edwards
To begin with, let me point out that as a Full Preterist ("Hyper-Preterist"), I have offered more than a review of this book - being one of the co-authors in a Full Preterist book... Read morePublished on August 9, 2009 by Michael J. Sullivan