I think you are confusing your terms. A Preterist would put Circumcision and Uncircumcision writings into one pot.
Not so when both camps eradicate the Law at 70 a.d. and then begin to divide or eliminate the applicability of the scriptures based on either dispensation or on preterism, full or partial.
A Dispensationalist would correctly cut (rightly divide) the Scriptures and keep the Circumcision writings to their group and the Uncircumcision writings to their respective group, i.e. the Nations.
"Most (but not all) Partial Preterists
also believe the term Last Days
refers not to the last days of planet Earth or the last days of humankind, but rather to the last days of the Mosaic covenant which God had exclusively with national Israel
until the year AD 70 (see also New Covenant). As God came in judgment upon various nations in the Old Testament, Christ also came in judgment against those in Israel
who rejected him." (Cited from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preterism
If I had Martin's booklet here Tony, we could see that this is what Martin presents
, which IS also a partial preterist view
which he openly espouses to eradicate the Law, him not being an "Israelite" who lived at that time or prior. Dispensationalism may also hold this same view.
Martin does not eradicate any scriptures. He just believes that James, being written to the 12 tribes is for them. We can read James and learn from it many important truths such as God's sovereignty etc. But we are not under law.
And again Tony, that is also a preterist view, of which there are many variants
" of which there are also many variants. I do believe you also hold to the 2 Gospel position. In my city there is a school of preterists that preach the two gospel position and espouse the eradiation of both James and Hebrews. The robe of preterism and dispensationalism moves back and forth between these camps on many of these subjects, but I would also agree that the 2 gospel position is largely one of dispensationalism that many preterists, full or partial, may hold.
Both dispensationalists (of various types) and preterists (of various types) stop the Mosaic Law at the Nation of Israel in various forms and times and both camps will divide many scriptures along those lines. There are getting to be so many slices and dices of these various positions that it is hard to keep up with anymore. And the lists of divisions grows almost daily.