INTRODUCTION
A. Inter­est in Bib­li­cal prophe­cy inten­si­fies as we near the end of the mil­len­ni­um. (If Christ was born in the spring of 4 B.C. it is already 2002!). Along with an increase in sen­sa­tion­al­ism we are also wit­ness­ing a revival of a view of Bib­li­cal prophe­cy that was pop­u­lar in pre­vi­ous cen­turies but almost unheard of in this one. Now its revival is chron­i­cled by the appear­ance of books, tapes, many web­sites, and a grow­ing num­ber of adher­ents. The pre­vail­ing view for most of this cen­tu­ry is that near­ly all the great NT prophet­ic pas­sages point to some future ful­fill­ment. This view is gen­er­al­ly known as the futur­ist (FT) view of prophe­cy.

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