Originally Posted by MichiGator2002
No, it adds that there is no rational basis for preterism. Preterism asserts the second coming as a fact of history, which puts it under the rubric of reason and proof, not of faith. I mean, you don't even attempt to account for history's total indifference to the event. You act as though there isn't even anything peculiar about the fact that the world knows more about Stonehenge than it does the Second Coming. Or, more to the point of the silliness here, more about the FIRST than the second, when by every account, including Jesus' own, the second is the more impressive.
To the contrary, preterism simply amounts to taking Jesus at his word, that he would return and establish all that was promised withing the lifetime of certain of his hearers.
Futurists are multi-taskers in that they thumb their noses at preterists and then proceed to live like them.