When Shall These Things Be?; A Reformed Response to Hyper-PreterismWhen Shall These Things Be?; A Reformed Response to Hyper-Preterism
Keith Mathison
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When Shall These Things be? counters the view of "full preterism," which contends that all biblical prophecy was fulfilled in the first century. Although the full preterist (or hyper-preterist) view has gained an avid following for its eschatology, this volume questions whether such a view does justice to the full promise of Scripture concerning the end times. Such questions relating to the fulfillment of the Great Commission, Christ's final return, and a future bodily resurrection may prove difficult for hyper-preterism to answer. Contributors such as Kenneth Gentry, Charles Hill, Richard Pratt, Simon Kistemaker, and Douglas Wilson critically examine hyper-preterist views, affirming Christ's future return, the resurrection of our bodies, the final judgment, and our eternal hope.
     

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Foreword
R.C. Sproul Jr.

Acknowledgments

Editor's Introduction

Abbreviations

1. The Historical Problem with Hyper-Preterism

Kenneth L. Gentry Jr.

2. Eschatology in the Wake of Jerusalem's Fall

Charles E. Hill

3. Hyper-Preterism and Unfolding Biblical Eschatology

Richard L. Pratt Jr.

4. The Eschatological Time Texts of the New Testament

Keith A. Mathison

5. Hyper-Preterism and Revelation

Simon J. Kistemaker

6. Sola Scriptura, Creeds, and Ecclesiastical Authority

Douglas Wilson

7. Hyper-Preterism on the Resurrection of the Body

Robert B. Strimple

Editor's Conclusion

Contributors

Index of Scripture and Ancient Texts

Index of Subjects and Names