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This is my final article in a brief series responding to the charge that preterism is anti-Semitic. The charge arises in that preterists hold that many New Testament passages prophesy the judgment of Israel. I have already shown how this charge is misdirected in several respects. But now I will show that if the charge […]

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The New Testament is one embarrassing book. How can anyone believe it? Not only is preterism anti-Semitic, but so is the New Testament. Christianity needs just to fold up, pack it away, and leave the world alone. This New Testamen= anti-Semitism charge is according to secularists and liberal “theologians,” that is. But ironically, those evangelicals […]

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Preterists believe that Jesus called down judgment upon Israel, and that this judgment was deserved by the people of Israel. Because of our modern historical situation — post-Holocaust — this view is deemed by some to be an immoral position because of its latent anti-Semitism. But is the charge legitimately brought against the preterist? This […]

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Preterism teaches that several New Testament prophecies apply to the AD 70 destruction of the temple. A good number of scholars and even more prophecy populists complain: “Preterism is Anti-Semitic.” But is preterism’s focus on the Jewish judgment in AD 70 anti-Semtic? This is a serious moral charge. How does the preterist postmillennialist answer it? […]

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In this brief series I am providing “talking points” in answer to common questions. I hope these are helpful. What of the re-emergence of Israel as a nation? Is your preterist view AntiSemitic? (1) The Israel as a nation part of the question. (a) Yes, it does write-off the significance of Israel’s nationhood — as […]

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This is the second in a series on the errors in best-selling author John Hagee, especially as they relate to his view of Israel. The question of Israel is important in eschatology, and a false view of Israel which his so widely prominent in evangelical Christianity discourages people from considering postmillennialism. Hagee declares that Christianity […]

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