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Preterist Radio Spots Pulled By Christian Radio Station
by Michael Overbay
An FM Christian radio station, WCNO, located in South Florida pulled all Preterist radio spots from its programming. The reason given:
"Preterism (full-Preterism) is not 'Orthodox Preterism',thus Preterism is HERETICAL!". The station management cited many angry callers prompting the management to investigate Preterism.An FM Christian radio station, WCNO, located in South Florida pulled all Preterist radio spots from its programming. The reason given:
"Preterism (full-Preterism) is not 'Orthodox Preterism',thus Preterism is HERETICAL!". The station management cited many angry callers prompting the management to investigate Preterism.One caller, an elderly lady, called in stating that she was a Preterist and what the radio spots were proclaiming were in no way shape or form that which Preterists adhere to!
Tom Anderson and David McNaughton of
HREF="http://www.floridahomefellowship.com/">Florida Home Fellowship .com were the
creators and sponsors of the 30 second spots that ran three times a day, five days a week. Mr. Anderson and Mr. McNaughton were hoping to reach Christians in their immediate area with the Preterist message. Tom and David purposely created the spots to be 'seeker sensitive,' and truly believed that the spots would not offend any. On the contrary.
Below is the transcript from the radio spot:
"We would like to invite you to discover the exciting revival of the original view of prophecy. When Jesus said, the time was near, at hand and about to occur. Hear how all these things did occur within that generation.
Get the facts as to how the 7 year tribulation and the mark of the beast apply to the 1st century not the 21st century. For a free video on this rapidly growing interpretation of prophecy visit floridahomefellowship dot com."
When the station manager contacted Tom and David informing them the spots would be pulled his justification was that they being 'non-orthodox
Preterists' deny the Second Coming of Jesus Christ thus making them in effect Heretics! Both Tom and David tried to explain that Preterism does not deny the Second Coming of Christ but places the timing of the Second Coming as a past event not a future event. Their argument fell on deaf ears. The Florida Homefellowship was told to immediately remove the stations call letters from the website!
Not to be silenced, Tom Anderson and David McNaughton have placed their Preterist radio spots on two AM talk stations. They will be heard on AM WPSL and AM WSTU. They have strategically positioned the spots around The Rush
Limbaugh Show and The Shawn Hannity Show! This columnist salutes the efforts of Tom Anderson and David McNaughton to not allow the truth to be silenced!
Listen up America Preterism is on the march!