Discussion All Areas Of Systematic Theology
Good read from Ed Stevens but unfortunately he still believe in on-going fulfillment since the Parousia in AD 70 and hold many of "orthodox" teachings ("Trinity", "Eternal Torment in Hell", "Lord's Supper", "Water Baptism", "Ecclesiology", etc.) which I do not affirm. This is the dilemma that the preterists need to face. See PDF attached.
Yes, it's a shame that Ed Stevens still touts a version of "Preterism" that really doesn't have anything in the "past" and is designed to appear "orthodox" rather than consistent with what Jesus and the apostles were actually preaching to the biblical churches of their own day.