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Published on Sep 27, 2014
This is part 4 of 4. Again, let me remind you that I made this video in the mid 1990's. I stopped by to see Don K. Preston in Ardmore, OK on my way to a Biblical Archaeology Society seminar in New Orleans. If you have not seen the previous 4 videos please watch them in order. I can understand why you may immediately want to reject this view - I did - but, with a thorough study I moved from amil to post to partial preterist and finally to full preterism. I studied for one year the dating of Revelation because if it was written after 70 a.d. then preterism fails, but I am convinced by the internal evidence of Revelation that it was written prior to 70 a.d. and was about things which "must shortly come to pass" - 2,000+ years is not "shortly" or "soon." This is not a matter of salvation, but it certainly gives a person a more positive view of the present and future and helps in understanding the whole Bible.