by Bill Grimes, coeditor
Matthew 16:28 -  A Time Statement For What? 
"All That Are in the Graves Shall Hear the Sound of His Voice, and Shall Come Forth" Why the Resurrection Spoken of in John 5:28-29 Can Only Refer to Actual Bodies Coming Out of The Graves
A Letter to a Full Preterist
Four Biblical Reasons Why AD70 Cannot be the Second Parousia of Jesus

by Rusty Entrekin, coeditor
Their Bodies Rest In Hope
The Apostolic Fathers and Early Apologists Looked Forward to the Resurrection of the Body
Despair And Doubt Can Wear the Guise of Faith
Examining the Logical Foundations of Preterism

By Andy Doerksen
A Proposed Harmony of Matthew 24 and Luke 21
Here Andy Doerksen presents a convincing case for the idea that Matthew 24:9-28 foretells an as yet unfulfilled desolation of Jerusalem and a future worldwide tribulation, while Luke 21:12-24 describes the desolation of Jerusalem in 70 AD. The reader is also referred to Jesus Foretells Two Desolations of Jerusalem in A Scriptural Critique of Full Preterism by Rusty Entrekin.

by Pastor Robert L. Garringer

These articles, many of which were originally published in The Preterist Archive, have been newly revised by Robert Garringer.

Response to John Noe's Seven Demanding Evidences Why Christ Returned As and When He Said He Would
Part One: Noe's Examples of Time-frame References in Prophecy
Part Two: Noe's Examples of Radical Symbolism in Prophecy

Noe / Garringer Dialogue
A Measured Response to Robert L. Garringer's Critical Comments  (Noe)
Noe's Inattention to Logic: A Counter-Response to His Measured Response  (Garringer)

Some Additional Comments About Noe's Examples
How to Read a Prophetic Time Clock
Non-literal Time References in the Book of Isaiah

Links To Recommended Articles At Other Sites:

Although our eschatological viewpoint on less essential issues differs from some of the brothers below, we share with them the recognition that full preterism represents an attack on Christian orthodoxy.
- R.E. & B.G.

by Jim West
The Allurement of Hymenæn Preterism: The Rise of "Dispensable Eschatology"

by Jonathan H. Barlow
A Response tothe Preterist Interpretation of the Olivet Discourse (Matthew 24)

by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., Th.D.
A Brief Theological Analysis of Hyper-Preterism

by Andrew Sandlin
Biblical Authority and Christian Orthodoxy

Hymenæus Resurrected

by Bob L. Ross
A Primer On "Preterism"