The first type of Preterists are also called Contemporary-Historical. They are also called hyper or full Preterists- and are not Preterists in the evangelical sense. They believe that contemporary elements of John’s own day can be identified in the symbolic language he uses. They do not believe in any actual fulfillment in ensuing events of the things prophesied in the Apocalypse. They believe the date of writing to be during the Roman Emperor Domitian’s reign (A.D. 95-96).
In contrast, Classical Preterism believes in the infallibility of Scripture and dates the Book of Revelation prior to A.D. 70. Classical Preterists-also known as partial Preterists- point out many details in Revelation that they believe were fulfilled in the fall of Jerusalem, and see in later chapters the prediction of the fall of Rome and beyond to the second coming of Christ.
Another point favorable to the early-date Preterist approach is that the prophecies of Revelation exhibit many points of correspondence with the fall of
Spiritualist: No single fulfillment: only transcendent principles and recurrent themes.
Spritiual appraoch includes all approaches that do not look for individual fullfillments of the prophecies of Revelation but which believe only that spiritual lessons and principles are depicted sympbolically in the visions. There are many spiritualists who hold Scripture to be inspired and that John had visions revealed to him exactly as he claims, but who believe that their meaning is to be spiritually understood in a way that would be edifying to believers of any age.
I saw still another mighty angel coming down from heaven, clothed with a cloud. And a rainbow was on his head; his face was like this sun, and his feet like pillars of fire. He had a little book open in his hand. And he set his right foot on the sea and his left foot on the land, and cried with a loud voice, as when a lion roars. When he cried out, seven thunders uttered their voices. Now when the seven thunders uttered their voices, I was about to write; but I heard a voice from heaven saying to me, “Seal up he things which the seven thunders uttered, and do not write them.
The Second Coming by John MacArthur
The False Prophet by Ellis Skofield
The Harbinger by Johnathon Cahn
The Apocalypse Code by Hank Hanegraaff
What is the abomination of desolation