The Antithesis Hour with Phil Naessens-01.12.2011

by Michael J Loomis on January 13, 2011

The Antithesis Hour with Phil Naessens and Michael J Loomis. Again…We entertained a little friendly debate, defined a few terms and answered some emails.

January 12, 2011 – – – –

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flypaper January 15, 2011 at 10:22 am

“…when ‘every person’ was judged (Matthew 16:27-28; Revelation 20:11-15) …”

Riversofeden4, Are you saying that the day of judgment is basically at the end of the world? Or do you think the day of judgment started after Christ arose from the grave.

I have no comment on the corporate resurrection because I have not studied it very much even though I am a preterist.

In regards to the following quote, “Phil noted that ‘preterism redefines basic Christianty.’ Even as a preterist, I completely agree with this statement.” I must say I completely disagree. I was born into a Baptist missionary family (fundament and independent). I attended a Falwell-esque prep highschool and then attended LeTourneau University which is Evangelical. I became a preterist years later. What I am saying is that if anybody knows what “basic Christianity” is then it is ME. I vehemently and completely disagree with your statement that preterism redefines basic Christianity. That claim is disgusting and repulsive to me although I am sure you meant well. Just please be more careful. Maybe you meant to say, “…redefines classic, modern, American Dispensational Christianity”…

Just some thoughts.

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