PMW 2019-023 by Various Writers
Full Preterism is a small, but tenacious Internet phenomenon that has caused a good deal of disruption in evangelical churches. I call “Full Preterism” by the term “Hyper-preterism,” because it is to Preterism what Hyper-Calvinism is to Calvinism: the taking up of a good theological perspective, then driving it beyond its true meaning.
I have mentioned Hyper-preterism from time-to-time in some of my books (e.g., He Shall Have Dominion). I have written a chapter in a Reformed response to Hyper-preterism (edited by Keith L. Mathison, When Shall These Things Be?). I have also recently published a small book containing some of my brief observations on the errors crippling Hyper-preterism (Have We Missed the Second Coming?). And now I have re-republished a book critiquing Full Preterism by Samuel M. Frost (Why I Left Full Preterism). Continue reading
PMT 2014-019b by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
This is my third article on the function of creeds within Christianity. I will take up at my fifth argument for the purpose of creeds. Continue reading
PMT 2014-018b by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
This is the second in a mini-series on the function of creeds in Christianity. Continue reading
PMT 2014-017b by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
In this mini-series I will list six important functions of creeds for the Christian faith. Continue reading
PMT 2014-016b by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
Creeds are important instruments for the securing and promotion of the Christian faith. Continue reading
PMT 2013-045b Jeffrey K. Boer
What are the important things to look for in a church? If you talk to ten different people, you’ll get eleven different answers. Continue reading
PMT 2013-041b by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
A reader responded to our blog article “Why Must We Join the Church?” (PMT 2013-036b Dr. Jeffrey K. Boer). In that he had an extensive interaction on a significant issue, I thought it might be a good idea to respond to him briefly. I will do so in two articles. Continue reading