This article presents an argument for the early existence of the orthodox preterist interpretation of Revelation, rebutting futurists (dispensationalists) that hold to the Louis Alcazar argument against preterist. The general lesson for Christians is to be faithful Bereans to check out biblical teachings, especially those in eschatology.
PMW 2021-050 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
Evangelical preterism is virtually the opposite of dispensational futurism. Because of this, dispensationalists are alarmed at the spread of orthodox preterism among some of its claimants. One means by which they try to dissuade their followers from adopting preterism is by charging that it was a late creation by a Jesuit priest named Luis Alcázar around 1600.
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