"a period of time about which the Bible says more than it does about any other period in human history- including the time when Jesus walked the shores of the Sea of Galilee or climbed the mountains of Judea. "And my being uncomfortable with that implication is perhaps a factor in why, even though I am ultimately a Futurist based on my view of Matthew 24 and Revelation, and Paul's Thessalonian Epistles, and 2 Peter 3. I'm increasingly becoming sympathetic to Preterist interpretations of many passages where my fellow Futurists aren't fond of Preterist interpretations. Because I do believe the Death and Resurrection of Jesus is the time period around which The Bible revolves
Not all Preterism is so focused on 70 AD, some say much was fulfilled by within Seven Years of Jesus Crucifixion. And that is where I am in terms of the 70th Week of Daniel, I don't think it refers to 66-73 AD. I think it was 30-37 AD or maybe 29-36 AD. And that Jesus was Crucified at it's beginning or end but NOT the Middle.
Still 70 AD can be viewed as in some senses "close enough" to the time of Jesus, plenty of people lived through both time periods. And I think Jesus did especially in Luke foretell the events of 70 AD often.
I already made one post on Zechariah 12-14, and how I'm unsure what to think of it but am growing more and more open to it being about 30-70 AD. And I recently became aware of a new argument for that.
Zechariah 13:7 is quoted by Jesus in Matthew 26:31 and Mark 14:27 as being fulfilled by His arrest.
Then saith Jesus unto them, "All ye shall be offended because of me this night: for it is written, "I will smite the shepherd, and the sheep of the flock shall be scattered abroad"."The following verses of Zechariah 13 are the basis for saying in the End Times two thirds of all Jews will be massacred, probably by The Antichrist. Preterists have argued this was filled by by how many Jews were killed in the 66-73 AD Jewish-Roman War. I will objects to any claims that 70 AD fulfilled Matthew 24, but as far as Zechariah 12-14 (and much of Luke 21) go, it fits.
And on Daniel 12 I have strong reasons for believing that can apply to the First Century AD also. As The Book of Revelation defines it's existence as the unsealing of Daniel. And the Resurrection alluded to is the same one alluded to in Matthew 27:52-43, as those are the only two Resurrection verses that say "many" rather then All. And I've shown that Daniel 36-45 is about Augustus Caesar.
And my thoughts on Isaiah 19 are also complicated.
I also think some passages usually assumed to be about before The Millennium are actually about after The Millennium. Like the Gog and Magog invasion.