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Preterists believe that prophetic passages were fulfilled in the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70 and an invisible bodily coming of Jesus Christ at that time.

Matthew 24 Fulfilled

MATTHEW 24 FULFILLED: Fifth Edition

John L. Bray, 1996, 2008

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Grasp what this book teaches, and you won't waste any more of your time on the pre-mil, pre-trib fiction put out by the so-called "prophecy experts." Matthew 24 Fulfilled examines the issues related to popular "end-times" hysteria and counters with a view consistent with all of Scripture. In this book, Bray states: "Present-day students of eschatology seem woefully ignorant of the writings of past theologians on these subjects. There was a time (prior to the mid-1800s) when the most prominent interpretation of Matthew 24 was from the preterite standpoint, and the dating of Revelation was believed to be at an earlier date than is now believed." 349 pages, paperback, bibliography.

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MATTHEW 24
First-century Fulfillment or End-time Expectation?

Stanley W. Paher, 1996

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Taking a preterist view, this book studies all texts referring to the "latter days" and the "end time," showing that they refer to ancient societies, especially the Jewish nation which fell to the Romans in AD 70. Using the Old Testament as precedent, the author reviews each idea and symbol of Matthew 24 and shows unmistakably that the entire chapter describes the destruction of Jerusalem at that time: the setting at a time of unrest and war, the great tribulation, and finally the siege and capture of the city. Any effort to extend these prophecies to the present and future encounters immense difficulties. 192 pages, paper, index, Scripture index


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