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Re: The voice of Preterism?

Re: The voice of Preterism?

"when the administrators of PP began to move more in a pop-psychological direction of ambiguity & relativism."You mean more of a Post-Modern/Emergent direction, don’t you? Roderick, why do you keep seeking out untapped forums and newsgroups to smear our name all over?If you want to discuss concerns over the Emergent movement, fine. If you want to talk about how Preterism effects Emergent, great. But why are you constantly dragging PlanetPreterist into the center of discussion?PP really isn’t all that important in the larger scheme of things, but co-op projects like Open Bible w/ Regnum Christi Ministries get me excited. Seeing a new Christian going ga-ga over God’s Word because "preterism puts the entire bible in perspective" puts a smile on my face. If you want to call this boasting or prideful then you will have to contend with Romans 15:17. "I have therefore my boasting in Christ Jesus in things pertaining to God"-A

Brian McLaren and preterism By: Andrew (17 replies) 31 January, 2006 - 16:57