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Realized Eschatology CONSEQUENCES of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Introduction Realized Eschatology teaches that ALL Bible prophecy has been fulfilled: The second coming of Christ The resurrection of the dead The day of judgment The end of the world

All these things were fulfilled in 70 A.D. at the destruction of Jerusalem Introduction 70 A. D. Doctrine 30 AD The Cross This Last Days 70 (Transitional Period) AD

Destruction of Jerusalem ETERNAL DAYS Coming of Christ theory would have us believe that the last days existed from 30-70 A.D. Eternal days began in 70 A.D. and we are living in the eternal days now Introduction Consider this assessment from Max King:

The fall of Judaism (and its far reaching consequences) is, therefore, a major subject of the Bible. The greater portion of prophecy found its fulfillment in that event, including also the types and shadows of the law. It was the coming of Christ in glory that closely followed his coming in suffering (1 Peter 1:11), when all things written by the prophets were fulfilled (Luke 21:22; Acts 3:21). Max King (1971) Introduction Consider this assessment from Max King:

It corresponded to the perfection of the saints (1 Corinthians 13:10) when they reached adulthood in Christ, receiving their adoption, redemption, and inheritance. The eternal kingdom was possessed (Hebrews 12:28) and the new heaven and earth inherited (Matthew 5:5; Revelation 21:1, 7). (SOP, P. 239) Max King (1971) Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding the Resurrection No

marriage and no death after 70 A.D. Luke 20:34-36 This consequence centers on the view that the last days are to be defined as the closing period of the Jewish age 30-70 A.D., with the eternal days continuing from that point We are now in that world which is to come . Instead of being in the last days we are in the eternal days, a world without end (Eph 3:21). (SOP, P. 81) Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding the Resurrection

Those who lived between 30-70 A.D. were in the last days while we now live in the eternal days Jesus contrasts this world and that world Concludes that marriage occurs in this world and not in that world (Luke 20:34-36) Those who are accounted worthy to attain to that world and the resurrection of the dead .... die no more Consequences

of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding the Resurrection Are people still marrying after 70 A.D.? YES Are people still dying after 70 A.D.? YES Is the period of Christianity in which we now live termed the eternal days in the New Testament? NO Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding the Resurrection Pharisees

and Paul looked for the same kind of resurrection Acts 24:15 70 A.D. doctrine teaches that the resurrection of the dead is the resurrection of Christianity out of Judaism (SOP, P. 200) If true the Pharisees held a very strange hope concerning the resurrection Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding the Resurrection

Pauls accusers (THE JEWS) were looking for the same kind of resurrection as he was Were the Jewish accusers looking forward to the day when Christianity would arise to dominance, while Judaism would be destroyed? Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding Human Redemption

Forgiveness of sins was not fully accomplished until 70 A.D. When would ungodliness be turned away from Jacob, or their sins be taken away? When Christ, the deliverer, came OUT OF ZION. When did Christ come out of Zion? Not at his first coming, but his second coming. (SOP, P. 63) Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding Human Redemption The cross of Christ is removed

as the focal point and means of accomplishing forgiveness it is replaced by 70 A.D. Why make appeals to people before 70 A.D. to receive the forgiveness of sins through the death of Christ? Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding Human Redemption Then Peter said to them, Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus

Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Acts 2:38 These Jews did not have to wait until 70 A.D. to have their sins forgiven Baptism puts one into the death of Christ (Romans 6:3), to enable justification by His blood Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding Human Redemption

Maturity and completeness in Christ Maturity and completeness in Christ was not possible before 70 A.D. (SOP, P. 239) The apostle Paul taught differently: Colossians 2:10; 1:27-28 70 A.D. doctrine concludes that no Christian could be mature in Christ before 70 A.D.

Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding the Establishment of the Kingdom Misapplying Hebrews 12:28: Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom which cannot be shaken, let us have grace, by which we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear. (Hebrews 12:28) Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding the

Establishment of the Kingdom Realized Eschatology concludes that the kingdom was not FULLY established until 70 A.D. Isaiah prophecies the following (2:2): Now it shall come to pass in the latter days That the mountain of the LORD's house Shall be established on the top of the mountains, And shall be exalted above the hills; And all nations shall flow to it. Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding the

Establishment of the Kingdom Realized Eschatology has Gods house being only partially established in the latter days fully established at 70 A.D. (their eternal days) Isaiah (v.2) implies that FULL and complete establishment would occur when the law and the word went forth from Jerusalem (v.3) Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding the Establishment of the Kingdom

The gospel of the kingdom was preached from Jerusalem to all nations following Jesus ascension (Luke 24:45-49; Acts 2:14-36) Jesus said the kingdom would come with power Mark 9:1 Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding the

Establishment of the Kingdom At the point of baptism, individuals were being translated into the kingdom of God Colossians 1:13 The Jews who were baptized and received the forgiveness of sins on Pentecost were translated into the fullness of Gods kingdom Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding Worship Should the

Lords Supper be observed after 70 A.D.? Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding Worship The Realized Eschatologist has no reason to partake of the Lords Supper Jesus said it would be observed when His kingdom was fully established Matthew 26:29

To the Realized Eschatologist it could not be observed until the kingdom was fully established in 70 A.D. Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding Worship The Lords Supper was to be observed in the kingdom but it would NOT be observed AFTER the Lords return For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord's death till He comes. (1 Corinthians 11:26)

Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding Worship The 70 A.D. doctrine makes every coming of the Lord in the New Testament mean 70 A.D. Based on their theory, the Lords Supper was never observed and could never be observed

Consequences of the 70 A.D. Doctrine Problems Regarding Worship Most songs must be eliminated from worship Every song that has reference to the return of Jesus Christ, the judgment day, the end of the world, and all its events must not be sung They have already been

realized in 70 A.D. Conclusion 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 All these events did NOT happen at the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.D.

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