Preterists Take a Knife to the Bible (Bad Eschatology, Part 6)

The idea that anyone would take a knife to the Bible, is horrifying. In fact, there is a question mark over the eternal destiny of all who do that. And no one does that more than the Preterists.

For them, all prophecy is history, and that is truly abhorrent. And, when you examine the roots of this awful eschatology, you’ll understand how they became what they are.

Like the pretrib fallacy, Preterism has its roots in a Jesuit attempt to deform the Reformation. So, let’s look into that, along with why Preterist Eschatology is so plainly wrong.

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Preterists Take a Knife to the Bible

When trying to figure out how to deal with a particularly bad infection, it can help to know where it came from. So, I went looking for the roots of Preterism, and literally could not find any – at least, nothing before 1614. That’s rather shocking.

How can an entire movement spring into being like that?

Well, when you have the well-organized and funded Counter-Reformation pushing an idea, it can go viral pretty quickly. The irony is that Jesuits had lots of difficulty getting Protestants to believe the fable that they were peddling.

Why?

It’s like believing that the Earth is Flat. The only reason why you would do so, is because you want to. And no one wanted to believe that all prophecy was fulfilled by AD 70 – especially since the Pope wanted them to believe it.

If the Pope wants you to do something, you probably shouldn’t.

However, I mentioned 1614. That was the year when Luis del Alcázar published the book that launched the Preterist movement. This one:

Vestigatio Arcani Sensus in Apocalypsi

(Tracing the Arcane Sense in the Apocalypse)

Unfortunately, for poor Luis, the steam powered printing press wasn’t around to make the book cheap enough for everyone to read it. And, he wrote it in Latin – a poor choice of language for a best seller.

He should have published the book in Spanish, in 1811, like another Jesuit Priest Manuel Lacunza – while also claiming to be a rabbi who had converted to Christianity. Poor Luis Alcazar had poor timing.

I find it interesting that Jesuit priests have been so successful in their efforts to corrupt our faith. It was their job, and they did it well.

So, what’s wrong with Preterism?

You mean, aside from being a Jesuit idea?

Well, everything.

Preterism claims that all prophecy has been fulfilled. All of it. The Millennium, the Second Coming, the Resurrection, The Great Tribulation, The Seven Seals, The Seven Trumpets, The Seven Vials/Bowls, and the Redemption of Israel. All of it. Done.

Oh, and all the prophecy in the Hebrew Scriptures?

All done, too.

Yes, the Mount of Olives split in two (Zechariah 14). The Resurrection described in Daniel 12 happened. The Nile dried up (Isaiah 19) and Damascus was taken away from being a city (Isaiah 17). The Redemption of Israel already happened (Zechariah 12-13). Gog and Magog has already invaded Israel (Ezekiel 38 and 39). The Sun became as bright as seven days, and the moon as bright as the sun (Isaiah 30).

Oh wait. That didn’t happen.

Literally, the only way that anyone could believe such a lie, is if they wanted to. That’s the only reason why it persists, and it’s hard to believe that anyone can be a Christian and follow this cursed theory. And, yes… Preterists are cursed.

Here’s what God said will happen to you, if you take away from the Book of Revelation:

and if anyone takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part from the Book of Life, from the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.

 – Revelation 22:19 (NKJV)

I can’t think of any better example of ‘if anyone takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy’, than Preterism. They take the entire book, and chuck it into the waste bin. This means one thing, and one thing only:

Preterists are cursed

Their names are erased from the Book of Life, and the best that they can hope for is outer darkness for eternity.

If you are a Preterist, you need to repent now and beg God to forgive you for holding and preaching this terrible theory.

I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this

A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished.Proverbs 22:3

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