In his book, The Last Days According to Jesus, R. C. Sproul summarizes the doctrine of Full Preterism using four criteria or events, contrasting Full Preterism with Partial Preterism [page157]. The four criteria or Events are: 1. The Coming [parousia or presence] of Jesus Christ. 2. Resurrection and Rapture. 3. Day of the Lord. 4. Judgment. The Full Preterist believe that all of these Events occurred in 70 AD and that none will ever occur again. The Partial Preterist believes that Events 1, 3, and 4 occurred in some sense in 70 AD but that all will occur sometime in the Future. My own personal opinion, and I believe the teaching of Scripture, is that the only Event that occurred in 70AD was God's judgment of the Jews and the destruction of the Temple decisively demonstrating that the Old Covenant was no more. I believe that part of the Olivet Discourse of Jesus Christ is a prophecy of the events of 70 AD and part is a prophecy of the Visible Return of Jesus Christ at the end of time. If the Partial Preterists want to believe that the events of 70 AD can be characterized as a parousia and a Day of the Lord, as well as a judgment, then I see no over riding error with that belief though I personally do not see that in Scripture. However, the idea of the parousia [or presence of Jesus Christ] in 70 AD is troubling. I totally disagree with the Full Preterist view and believe there is absolutely no Biblical support for denying the occurrence of the four events at the end of time. It seems to me that there is one passage of Scripture that destroys the Full Preterist doctrine, the prophecy of Jesus Christ concerning the Resurrection of the body: John 5:28, 29 28. Marvel not at this: for the hour is coming, in the which all that are in the graves shall hear his voice, 29. And shall come forth; they that have done good, unto the resurrection of life; and they that have done evil, unto the resurrection of damnation. Now I understand that those of premillennial persuasion will insist that the above Scripture pictures a resurrection at two different periods. I do not want this thread to deteriorate into a debate over that issue. I want the Full Preterists on this Board to demonstrate through Scripture and the history of the 70 AD events that the resurrections of the above Scripture occurred at that time!