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Preterism is the view that the events spoken about in Matthew 24 and the Book of Revelation have been largely or completely fulfilled in the events leading up to and surrounding the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans in A.D. 70. Preterism (from the Latin word for past) is growing in popularity. Could this view be valid? What did the early church think about these passages (Matt. 24 and the Book of Revelation)? In this video, Charlie Campbell examines the verses that preterists often cite to support their view, and gives several reasons why preterism should be rejected as an incorrect understanding of Bible prophecy.
Recorded at the SoCal Prophecy Conference at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills.
Video Length: 55 minutes.