By Vernon Chelsea Klingman III
- So, why don’t we all discuss the second coming? For old time’s sake.
- I don’t have a lot of hobbies, but I do enjoy studying the last days as a past time.
- I’m completely dedicated to preterism. Even though there’s really no future in it.
- Personally, I find the preterist reformation to be quite timely.
- When I’m through with those futurists, their view will be history.
- I’m really not opposed to dispensationalists getting raptured.
- The archangel totally blew it.
- When it comes to eschatology, hindsight is 20/20.
- I like to call them the last days of yore.
- Preterism is the only view of eschatology that will stand the test of time.
- I had three Americanos this morning. So, I was kind of a hyper preterist.
- When I said, “time will tell which view of eschatology is correct”, I didn’t mean we’d have to wait and see.
- I’m taking futurists to the woodshed. And I’m bringing a timing belt.
- Let’s make preterism the eschatology of the future! Er, you know what I mean.
- I went over 70 in the car with my family last night. Of course, I go over it with them at home too.
- Whenever you get discouraged in your efforts to convert people to preterism, just remember… in less than a hundred years, everyone you know will agree with you.
- Living past 70 is a blessing.
- I believed the Gospel, I just didn’t know what to think about the rest of the story. Then I discovered preterism. And the rest is history.
- If you’re waiting for Revelation 19 to be fulfilled, I’ve got news for you… that horse has left the barn.
- Whenever someone asks me how much of the Olivet Discourse was fulfilled, I just say, “Olivet”.
- Preterism kicked my left behind all the way to kingdom came.
- In 70 AD, Christ married His Bride. That makes me a legitimate son of the resurrection. Despite what they call me.
- I prefer to call it the yesterday of the Lord.
- The Jewish rebellion against Rome may not have been the greatest uprising in history, but it did coincide with it.
- I’m sorry if I’ve irritated you by speaking about eschatology in the past. I promise not to speak of the coming of Christ in the future.
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