Please do not try and turn this into yet another Cal/Armin debate thank you! Church is going to do a study in Eschatology coming up which interests me as this topic I have done some study in the past, however I forgot or am not all that knowledgeable on Preterism. But from what I read about it online it looks like a major heresy and a even bigger one than others that are debated here all the time such as Pelagianism & Hyper-Calvinism. Full Preterism is the belief that the Bible teaches that the Second Coming, judgement and resurrection of the living and dead took place at the end of the Old Covenant age in the events surrounding the fall of Jerusalem and her Temple in AD 70. It would appear there is a difference between Partial Preterism and Hyper/Full Preterism and partial is not a heresy because Reformed scholars like RC Sproul and Gentry have authored such books. I have to wonder are there are Full Preterists here and if so can you defend your position? Also since I cannot be saved as all the events already occurred how do I get saved, or am I doomed to burn in hell as there will be no hope for me and others because the judgment already came? http://www.newwine.org/Articles/Preterism.htm Full Preterism seems to use these verses as a backbone to its main arguments that Christ came in the first century. Matthew 10:23 ESV When they persecute you in one town, flee to the next, for truly, I say to you, you will not have gone through all the towns of Israel before the Son of Man comes. Matthew 16:28 ESV Truly, I say to you, there are some standing here who will not taste death until they see the Son of Man coming in his kingdom. Matthew 24:34 ESV Truly, I say to you, this generation will not pass away until all these things take place. I think a key problem to their view is the way they interpret these verses, and this is yet another problem when someone does not read commentaries but insists that books are bad, and they do not read them as they only read the Bible. God gave us teachers for a reason, and commentaries by Full Preterists are as rare as those by KJVO.