Is a school of Eschatological thought I've recently been made aware of.
The description of it given to me is that they hold a Futurist view of Revelation and a Preterist view of Matthew 24.
So on Revelation we agree basically, that's good.
I've already argued against Preterist views of Matthew 24 in previous posts with the Preterism, 70 AD and Matthew 24 labels.
I assume they must also be Preterist on the other Olivte Discourse chapters, since Matthew's is literally the most difficult to make a Preterist interpretation work. Much of Luke 21 I believe is about 70 AD. At the same time Luke has a clear tie in to Revelation 11 with the part about Jerusalem being trodden under foot of The Gentiles.
I'm not sure what their views on 1 Thessalonians 4 and II Thessalonians 2 would be. I have argued before they are essentially Paul's commentary on Matthew 24.
So the only things I should need to say specific to Middleism is how to prove with Scripture that Matthew 24 correlates to things in Revelation. Since I've before criticized connecting the Four Horsemen to the "Non Signs" and gone back and forth on how if at all I feel the Matthew 24 Abomination of Desolation statement ties into Revelation 13. I'm perhaps less able to do that then other Futurists.
But I do believe Matthew 24:14's statement about the Gospel being Preached to the whole world probably ties into Revelation 14.
Also Matthew 24 and Revelation are the only parts of Scripture that use the specific phrase "Great Tribulation" in Revelation 7 it's used of the multitude that is clearly the same multitude of martyrs seen in the Fifth Seal. They all are Christian martyrs not just of a specific time period which is what puts me in conflict even with most Futurists. As long as Christians are still being martyrs (they are in most of the world, we just have it easy in the West) the Great Tribulation isn't over.
And I believe the Last Trumpet is the Seventh Trumpet.
And I believe the "Sign of the Son of Man" refers to either the Ark of the Covenant being seen in Heaven in Revelation 11 or to the signs of Revelation 12 which I believe will literally be seen in the Heavens before the Rapture.
And I believe the Son of Man coming on a Cloud is fulfilled in Revelation 14.
P.S. Looking back on my earlier post about the Eschatological views of those who reject Paul as a False Prophet. They were essentially a form of Middleism, believing Matthew 24 was a warning about Paul basically, but seemingly still treating Revelation as yet future.