Biblical futurism is the belief that many of the events foretold in the Bible have yet to be fulfilled, especially the second coming of Christ, the resurrection of the dead, and the creation of a new heavens and earth.
By contrast, Full preterism teaches that all of scripture was fulfilled in 70 AD, including the Second Coming and the resurrection of the dead. It is therefore in opposition to futurism. Full Preterism denies the historic, orthodox Christian doctrine of the resurrection of the physical body from the grave. The full preterist argument has become well developed, and represents a serious challenge to biblical orthodoxy.