Fables & Myths Series #2: Preterists?
THEN IN 1614 AD: THE PRETERIST View
Created for the same reason by Alcazar, another Jesuit, who claimed the Olivet Discourse and the book of Revelation were fulfilled by the fall of Jerusalem in 70AD!
This view is called 'Preterism' and supports 'Replacement Theology' (the idea that God broke covenant with the physical Seed of Abraham after the Cross and the Church is the only Israel of this era).
Despite the evidence of their own eyes (the new nation of Israel chock full of returned Jews), this dubious view is still accepted by many evangelical churches.
Both of the above views were initiated by Jesuits to derail the reformation, nevertheless, both views are currently acceptable doctrine by many Protestant churches. Problem is, both go directly against Scripture and history.
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 Ellis Skolfield [not to be confused with the late Cyrus Scofield] - August 23, 1927 - April 26, 2015: Nondenominational Biblical conservative preacher and author who in the early 1950s received his formal theological training from Columbia Bible College, Columbia, South Carolina. Fish House has been publishing Skolfield’s studies in Revelation since 1983. Some of his books are already out of print while others are considered standard reference works by many churches. Skolfield’s latest book on Bible prophecy is downloadable from this site, as are several of his essays. Many of his publications are free for download here and link
Salvation? Luke 13:3; Titus 2:13, Revelation 19:11
1-24-20, Another historical act by this PRESIDENT DONALD JOHN TRUMP - personally speaks at the Washington DC annual 'March for Life.' There was a time in Pres Trump's past when he was uninformed and supported 'a woman's right to choose' killing her child. But then he became educated on this issue and now supports the 'CHILD'S right to LIVE!'
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