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None of Peter’s original audience would have understood these words to mean anything other than that the end of all things had in fact arrived upon them in the first century. Seraiah takes Preterism and Biblical Preterists to task.His thesis is to present Preterism (which he wants to have called “Pantelism”- the end of everything) within the least favorable light possible.Chapter One: “Just in Time.”- What Did Christ Teach Concerning the Timing of His Return?We will now deal with the specific statements of Mr.
As they go He tells them that they can expect to be persecuted for what they teach about Him.He attempts to do this primarily through the means of a presuppositional reading of the Bible, and a heavy dependence upon the historical creeds of the Christian church as they have been handed down to us. Seraiah’s criticisms of the Preterist view of scripture, and in particular, his understanding of the doctrine of the Parousia, or Second Coming of Christ. Jonathin Seraiah’s chapter (chapter 6: “The Final Advent”) on the Second Coming of Christ, is his title: “The Final Advent.” It is a title that may be found in some circles of Christendom, acceptable.But in the opinion of this writer, it is Biblically and theologically unacceptable.But when it comes to subjects like, The Second Coming, the “Rapture”, the meaning of the Mark of the Beast, the identity of antichrist, and so forth, it seems as though believers begin the process of “circling the wagons” as soon as the first arrow of disagreement is fired.The book we have under review is entitled, “The End of All Things”, and it’s author is C. For a book that espouses the still-yet-future-to-us Second Coming (for Seraiah, that would be a “third coming”), the title of his book is an unfortunate choice for him to make. “But the end of all things is at hand: Be ye therefore sober and watch unto prayer.” The New Testament documents are virtually loaded with statements that are known as statem,ents of imminency . When Peter says that the end of all things (see Lk.
As they are fleeing from their persecutors Christ comforts them with a promise.