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Exposing The AD 70 Doctrine

A study of realized eschatology.

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The AD 70 doctrine is a position that maintains that all prophecy of Scripture has been fulfilled by the year AD 70. For example, Max King, a proponent of this position wrote, “There is no scriptural basis for extending the second coming of Christ beyond the fall of Judaism.”

This doctrine is also referred to as “realized eschatology,” where eschatology is of the subject matter of “last things” and realized demands the completed fulfillment of those “last things.” Hence, the AD 70 position interprets any and all prophecy to have its completion by the year AD 70. The second coming of Christ, the resurrection from the dead, inheriting the new heaven and earth, and the destruction of the world, according to this doctrine, has already occurred! These lessons expose the error associated with such a position. To better understand the charts, please listen to the audio files where available. There are several easy arguments that can be made to debunk this false position.

King, Max R. (1971). The Spirit of Prophecy, p 105.
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Jesus Christ's "Figurative" Returns


Wallace, Steven 2014.08.31 pptx, mp3

Jesus Christ's "Personal" Return


Wallace, Steven 2014.08.31 pptx, mp3

Realized Eschatology in the Scriptures?


Wallace, Steven 2014.09.07 pptx, mp3

The Corruption of Hope


Wallace, Steven 2014.09.07 pptx, mp3

The Corruption of the Covenants


Wallace, Steven 2014.10.12 pptx, mp3

The Corruption of the End of the World 1

Wallace, Steven 2014.12.21 pptx

The Corruption of the End of the World 2

Wallace, Steven 2014.12.21 pptx, mp3

The Corruption of the Final Judgment Doctrine


Wallace, Steven 2017.02.05 mp3

Interference With the Church


Wallace, Steven 2017.02.26 pptx, mp3
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