Larrys - Yes, there will be a third bodily coming of Christ in our future, but this is not a typical partial preterist view to my knowledge. It's not the full preterist view, either. But it's the truth. And it is a truth based on more than a single reference. The entirety of scripture is in sync with this.
We could throw one verse against another on this topic all day long and have endless, tedious discussions of the proper translation of words from the original languages. None of this is as effective as comparing the picture-types God laid out in the OT Mosaic laws and rituals. All of them symbolized how God would complete His plan of redemption for the spirit, soul, and body of each of His sons and daughters. A picture is worth a thousand words, and that is what we have when we look at Mosaic law.
Why was God so emphatic about the ancient Israelites preserving every minute detail of the law He gave them to live under at that time? One primary reason was that He wanted to save an unaltered, living pattern for us in the New Covenant generation to examine. We can now see how Christ had planned from the beginning to be the anti-type fulfillment of every OT symbol ever given. On this side of the Cross, it is more clearly seen than in Old Covenant days. Within these OT symbols, a picture of God's design for the resurrection of His children is provided for us.
There is a third coming of Christ, (with a third resurrection for us in our future), to fulfill the purpose for the pattern of three harvest feast celebrations laid out in texts such as Deuteronomy 16:16. All the male members at least from each family were required to attend Passover, Pentecost, and the Feast of Tabernacles. The Israelites, rejoicing in the three separate feasts for crops harvested out of the earth every year, provided a symbol of God, "the Husbandman", having "long patience" until He would eventually harvest in three stages all the bodies of redeemed men from out of the dust of the ground (as James 5:7-8 portrays Him).
Two of these bodily resurrection events have already taken place. Those raised along with Christ at the Passover feast, (the resurrected Matthew 27:52-53 saints), were the First Resurrection. Most do not dispute this event happening. And it was undeniably a physical resurrection of flesh and bone bodies out of the dust, changed into incorruptible forms that would never die again. The day of Pentecost in AD 70 saw the second bodily resurrection take place. This day was 45 days after Titus had arrived at Jerusalem, when the city was filled with Passover celebrants who became trapped inside by the siege. Daniel 12:11-12 gives us very specific details on this number, with the promise of a resurrection blessing at the end of the 45th day that Daniel was promised to share in.
Since the time for these harvest feasts was based on the cycle of the new moon's appearance, no man knew exactly the day or the hour that the new moon would appear, so they were to watch. All of the urgency we find in the NT gospels and the epistles about the Day of the Lord's coming was related to that second coming of a bodily-returning Christ on the Mount of Olives in Pentecost of AD 70. This is when Christ raptured the resurrected, changed bodies of His saints - including the First-Resurrection, Matthew 27:52-53 saints who were still alive, and had remained on the earth until then (as I Thess 4:15 describes them).
We are now waiting for the third coming of Christ, with a third, bodily resurrection at the close of human history that will complete the 3-harvest-feasts pattern. The only harvest feast left is the one that took place in the Fall - the Feast of Tabernacles - the largest, most joyous festival of the year for ancient Israel, with the greatest variety of crops harvested. Just as Christians can appear in every possible variety, out of every kindred, tongue, people, and nation.
There are other references that align with this "3 feasts = 3 resurrections" view that could be supplied, if requested. And I am still waiting for someone to counter this with an actual reference that proves there is one, and only one resurrection for everybody at the same time. A single, simultaneous resurrection for all is something that has simply been assumed without question, and has no biblical basis.