PMW 2018-100 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
Hyper-preterism is an heretical view of eschatology that denies the historic, corporate, public, universal, systematic Christian faith. (Don’t mention this to them, though, for they want by themselves to determine what the church of our Lord Jesus Christ should believe.)
Specifically, the four leading (but not only!) Hyper-preterist errors involve their denying important biblical doctrines:
2. They deny a future, visible, glorious, physical return of Christ.
3. They deny a future, universal, final great judgment of all men.
4. They deny a future end to temporal history and the beginning of the final, physical, consummate, reconstructed new creation order (which is anticipated in the spiritual new creation existing now in the gospel, 2 Cor. 5:17). In their view…
View original post 937 more words