What Ever Happened to Full Preterism?
The year was 1972, when a young minister named Max R. King published a revolutionary book, The Spirit of Prophecy. It was advertised as a "fresh perspective" on the message and the meaning of the fulfillment of Bible prophecy. It was the book that launched a "movement" that grew from just a handfull of teachers (Ed Stevens, Don Preston, Jack Scott, William Bell, Larry Siegle, Terry Siverd) into a message that had the potential to shape a new generation of believers.
More than 40 years have passed since this book was published, but the "movement" seems to have somehow gotten lost along the way. Join Larry Siegle as he provides some insightful observations about "what went wrong" and "what went right" and what the next steps must be in order to capture the attention of millions of religious people who are trapped inside a futurist nightmare.
Bible Study -- A Fulfilled Perspective on EPHESIANS
Larry Siegle provides a comprehsensive overview of Pauline theology as revealed in the letter to the Ephesians. In this segment of the program, listeners will be challenged to open their Bibles and to join in the verse-by-verse exegetical study of God's Word. Invite your friends and family to tune in to the program. The Fulfilled Dynamics website will feature more information, notes and course information that goes along with the presentation.
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