This book is a Sovereign Grace/Calvinist response to Keith Mathison’s multi-authored book When Shall These Things Be, which was a critique and condemnation of (full) preterism. David Green, Edward Hassertt, and Michael Sullivan demonstrate that the advent of preterism in church history is the result of “organic development” from within the historic, Reformed church, and that it represents the uniting of the divided house of Reformed eschatology. As the authors navigate through the confusing maze of the Mathison volume, they overturn the arguments that the authors of that book levied against the truth that Jesus Himself taught in no uncertain terms. This Second Edition includes added material throughout the book, especially chapter four (the response to Mathison’s chapter in When Shall These Things Be). It also includes an Appendix in response to critics of the first edition of House Divided.
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