The author laments that what he terms "solo scriptura" is gaining ascendancy over the traditionally confessed tenet of evangelicalism, sola Scriptura. Solo scriptura is a teaching that is against the use of any tradition whatsoever as a source of authority in the church. Tradition, according to the author, touches on aspects such as creeds and the teachings of early fathers.
This article examines the claim of hyper-preterism that since all biblical prophecies must be fulfilled as predicted, this means that the imminent return of Christ was fulfilled. The author shows that this claim fails to take into account the human contingencies of prophecy. Biblical prophecies are seldom fulfilled exactly as they are.