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37 entries.
Reyes Gonzalez Reyes Gonzalez from Glendora, California wrote on April 29, 2024 at 8:54 pm
When I first heard of the Preterist view I was stuck in the Left Behind crowd. Now that my eyes have been open to the truth of our Lord's 2nd coming it has set a fire to my feet and I can't stop learning more of it. I try to plant as many seeds on the subject to my friends at church, I've even sat with my Pastor and had an hour long talk about it, he said it was above his pay level, very sad. I now live with a peace of mind about what took place in 70AD and thank our Lord.
Michael W Michael W wrote on March 21, 2024 at 7:39 pm
So glad to have the truth finally revealed to me after many years of trying to unravel the confusion of the Second Coming. When you accept the truth of Jesus' 2nd coming, it makes reading scripture so much more understandable and a sense of empathy comes over you for the first readers of these epistles which mention the "coming is at hand."
DAVID LAMONT DAVID LAMONT from DUNNELLON, FL wrote on July 7, 2023 at 5:09 pm
Responding to brother Frank in Canada from this date last year. It is because we have entered the eternal Gospel Kingdom of the New Heavens and Earth that we can and must joyfully and passionately share the Gospel of the Kingdom (Olivet Mt 24:14) Christ came to establish. The two are not incompatible or opposed to each other as Frank seems to think. I was stuck in futurist/dispy fog for many years until I took the words of the Olivet literally, as some folks like to claim that they do, except when that fails to support their agenda. Preterism fills in the gaps with precision!
CLR CLR from Oklahoma City OK wrote on April 8, 2023 at 2:56 pm
So happy to have found the new website. I missed Preterist Archive terribly.
A wonderful resource for study. I will be donating.
Ronald J Moser Ronald J Moser from Paola wrote on February 21, 2023 at 3:08 pm
I am happy I found this web site--again! I had been actively using Preterist Archives in the past, but had been inactive for several years due to distractions. Now that I have retired, I decided to revisit my old friend (PA), but found the address defunct. This was dismaying to me as I found PA to be such an extensive resource for all things preterist. I am happy to announce I am back! I look forward to engaging PA often.
Aleksey Valentinov Aleksey Valentinov from Canton, GA wrote on November 11, 2022 at 3:27 pm
Honestly this site is a fantastic help in my studies of preterism. In a world where immense polarization has devolved arguments into "you're a heretic" and "no you are", it's great to see advocates of this view are still kicking.
Mark Chaffee Mark Chaffee from Loretto Minnesota wrote on October 11, 2022 at 9:05 pm
Sorry, I forgot to say, I love the content and even donated. The site does look better than it used to.
Admin Reply by: Allyn Morton
In time it may look even better, but for now the priorities are to retrieve the content.
Thanks for the donation.
Mark Chaffee Mark Chaffee from Loretto Minnesota wrote on October 11, 2022 at 9:04 pm
The website overrall could use some updating. None of the best website designs use a colored background for starters. I understand a good web designer is not cheap, but I might help to have a professional design.
Admin Reply by: Allyn Morton
The design is by purpose. The website is the revived Preterist Archive. It compliments the original and how it was painstakingly created, not for looks but for information.
Thanks for your input.
James Thompson James Thompson from Skye, Scotland wrote on September 20, 2022 at 8:41 pm
Thank you for keeping the vision alive. With all the prophecies fulfilled, we must surely soon expect full de facto observation of those things which have for so long been held in the de jure state. Blessings!
Jeanna Adamo Jeanna Adamo from Bonham wrote on August 25, 2022 at 12:17 am
Thank you for preserving the documents and info so painstakingly sourced. I have linked to several in the past that I cannot find now. There used to be an article titled "Scientific proof of the destruction of the Temple by the first of Tishri" or something close to that which I cannot now find. Do you know if you have it?
Admin Reply by: Allyn Morton
Yes, I do have the location for your search.
Thank you for asking.
https://preteristarchives.org/scientific-date/
Nancy Jane Nancy Jane from Chattanooga wrote on August 7, 2022 at 10:56 am
As with everyone, I have a "come to preterism" story and I thank God for it! I also thank God for you and others like you who are not afraid of the criticism that comes with being a Preterist. Keep up the good fight! I am praying for you.
Jim Mergens Jim Mergens from Roseville wrote on August 4, 2022 at 2:59 pm
I'm glad I found this site. I'm new(ish) to the subject, so I appreciate that this wealth exists...
Frank Ironside Frank Ironside from Hamilton, Ontario wrote on June 7, 2022 at 8:41 am
Sigh - sad to see a man done in by his own intelligence. Once you were one who showed such promise and potential. Alas, the moments of realizing and embracing your true calling are waning fast dear one. God can always do something - question is how much time will you give Him to do it in and through your life? Wasting time on this dribble is time you will never get back. Surely it satisfies the pride to win all challenges and continue in error - but such a course is worthless and amounts to nothing for Him. There still is time and there is still a world out there in desperate need of His salvation. Isn't it time you joined His people? Rather than divide and conquer the believers, how about embracing His love and sharing what really matters with those who are lost and starving for Him?
James Matthews James Matthews from St. Louis wrote on April 29, 2022 at 7:45 am
Always an enjoyable visit
Bobby R Smith Bobby R Smith from Corpus Christi wrote on February 13, 2022 at 9:24 pm
Great Website
Roderick Edwards Roderick Edwards from Umatilla wrote on December 20, 2021 at 8:44 am
The owner of this site is a full/hyper preterist but doesn't reveal that on the ABOUT page. This entire site is questionable.
Treva L Harper Treva L Harper from AMARILLO wrote on November 5, 2021 at 1:44 pm
So glad to find this site. I will be back from time to time.

Additionally, I was wondering if you are looking for new material to post? I have several articles by my father on Preterism. He is the one who introduced me to it. I have several articles, but my rother has the bulk of his work. He wrote enough for a large collection of books on the topic.
Gina Shipp Gina Shipp from Round Rock, TX wrote on October 19, 2021 at 3:10 pm
Hello. I've been a preterist for years, but never have been able to concisely defend it. There are a lot of questions to answer when speaking with a premillenialist. I clicked on "For the Beginner," hoping to find a well-written summary of preterism. I instead found a lot of articles about dispensationalism and premillenialism.
Christian Huls Christian Huls from Biloxi wrote on October 8, 2021 at 1:54 pm
Praise the Lord! This wealth of information has returned.

Look into John Noe. He espouses a view of fill preterism with ongoing fulfillments and calls it Preterist-Idealist. This seems to fit with what you are calling Progressive Preterism.
Chip Fortson Chip Fortson from Bowman wrote on October 5, 2021 at 12:34 pm
So happy to see this website back.

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  1. I recommend the book, Times, They Are A/Changing, an exposition of Matthew 23-25. (One cannot correctly interpret the Olivet Discourse without reference
    to chapter 23!
    Why are ads for Israel popping up on this site? They advocate a fake view of the New Testament teaching about Jewry. Shouldn’t be allowed.

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