17 Context for the New Testament is the Coming War with Rome
Unless one knows that within forty years of Jesus’s ministry, the Jewish-Roman War would break out, some of the content of the New Testament is not discernible or, alternately, goes unnoticed.
We are seeking to strip away the false assumptions and unbiblical “traditions of men” that hinder understanding the nature of “the Day of the Lord” or “the second coming,” as it is commonly called. The meaning of this event is obscured by futuristic assumptions and must be comprehended using a sound, contextual hermeneutic allowing scripture to interpret scripture. We are espousing “fulfilled eschatology”.