Bible Q-n-A: What Is “Realized Eschatology”?

In this episode of Bible Q-n-A, we discuss the false doctrine of “Realized Eschatology.” That is the view that the 2nd Coming of Jesus occurred at the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70. They say there is no future hope of the 2nd Coming of Christ because it has already occurred. I show, from the Bible, that to be absurd false doctrine.

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  1. PreacherNorm says:

    Well, the AD 70 guys are trying to get me to debate them. There have already been so many debates on this false doctrine I honestly don’t know what new information it would provide. But, if they want to post their rebuttals here then I’ll respond. Let’s see where it goes.

  2. Brother Norm, thank you so much for responding to some of the things that I said. You said there are no prophecies of the Second Coming in the Old Testament. Paul seems to disagree with you. For example, in Acts 24:14-15 Paul says that his hope of a resurrection of the just and the unjust was based upon promises made to Israel. This means that the Old Testament predicts the resurrection, and, thus, the second coming. In fact, in 1 Corinthians 15:54, Paul directly quotes from Isaiah 25:8 to justify a future resurrection. How do you deal with this??

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