"The Counter Reformation is generally considered to have three aspects: the Jesuits, the Inquisition, and the Council of Trent. In view of the significance of the Protestant apocalyptic interpretation of history which prophetically pinpointed step by step the events covering the whole Christian era from the beginning to the end (i.e. Historicism - ed.), it seems justifiable to suggest a fourth aspect, namely the preteristic (Preterism - ed.) and futuristic (Futurism - ed.) interpretations launched by Catholic expositors as a counterattack." - Kevin Reed, from his book review entitled "The Ecclesiology of John Foxe: A book review by Kevin Reed of John Foxe and the Elizabethan Church by V. Norskov Olsen," 1973, citing Olsen on p. 47, emphases added. +++ PARTIAL PRETERISM REFUTED (FULL PRETERISM REFUTED TOO) +++
"And it shall come to pass in the last days, that the mountain of the LORD's house shall be established in the top of the mountains, and shall be exalted above the hills; and all nations shall flow unto it." (Isa. 2:2, KJV).