I did read your link and it was nothing more than a rehash of Christian excuses of why Jesus didnít return when he said he would (there be those standing here). There is no scriptural evidence of either the Futurist or the Preterist interpretations and the early church fathers never mentioned any thing such as either, they who lived closer to the time would have understood better without the veil of years obscuring everything. It brings to mind the Jehovah Witnesses and their story that God did return in 1928 and appeared to a select few before deciding to give mankind a little more time, or the beliefs of the Moonies that the savior walks physically among them, or the belief of the House of Yahweh that Isreal Hawkins, their leader, is Christ returned, in other words just more religious debris strewn across the American societal landscape. Rather than answering questions, your link only shows the depths that the religious mind will sink to justify continuance of belief, even in the face of the truth. Again, false prophecy with 3 witnesses, sentence death by stoning.