I’m going to front load my central thought about Christian Hope Through Fulfilled Prophecy. It is not primarily a book about eschatology; it is primarily an apologetics argument. It is all about making sure that Jesus, and other biblical authors, were not wrong when they made claims of imminency for things like the parousia and the end of the age. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing, and the author is clear about that purpose.
To summarize author Charles Meek’s full preterist view as succinctly as I can, noting my annoyance that he never did the same to make sure the key points were clear:
“The end of the age” and similar language we usually assume means the ends of all physical existence was referring to the end of the Old Covenant age that came about with the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 C.E.