This work is classified under For Historical Idealists.
In this post, Gary DeMar does a great job of dissecting the Historical Idealism of Samuel Waldron. As well meaning as these HI’s are, their compromised hermeneutic rarely provides answers which have fidelity with the text of Scripture. From his article:
Making the Clear Confusing: A Response to John Murray’s Exposition of Matthew 24–25
BY GARY DEMAR
“On February 23, 2013 I participated in a Symposium on the book of Revelation with Sam Waldron SW who holds to an Idealist interpretation and James Hamilton JH who holds to a Futuristic Premillennial non-dispensational interpretation. I represented the Preterist position.We each had 55 minutes to present our case. We then had 20 minutes to offer a critique of the other two positions. This was followed by a round-table discussion that was mostly generated by questions from the audience. Unfortunately, there was very little chance for any cross examination. There were so many questions I wanted to ask, especially of JH. I was astounded by some of the arguments he used against preterism. I will discuss some of these in future articles.”
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