Tag Archives: Amillennialism

Scot McKnight on How to Read the Book of Revelation

“Revelation is best used when one is doing analysis of culture and society and is best put down when one wants to know what will happen in the future. In other words, Revelation is potent political theology and not speculative … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons Why Amillennialism is more Biblical

In his recent work on biblical eschatology, Kingdom Come: The Amillennial Alternative,  Sam Storms offers thirty reasons why he finds “amillennialism the most cogent biblical account of the purpose of God in redemptive history.”  Below I list the first ten … Continue reading

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Sam Storms is what…?

In his own words, Sam Storms says, “I am an Amillennial, Calvinistic, charismatic, credo-baptistic, complementarian, Christian Hedonist…” I’m currently reading his Kingdom Come: The Amillennial Alternative.  When I’m reading someone for the first time, I like to learn as much … Continue reading

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Kingdom Come: The Amillennial Alternative by Sam Storms

A few months back I heard about this book from Sam Storms.  I’m glad that it’s here. Back in September, 2009, John Piper a Historic Premillennialist, Doug Wilson a Postmillennialist, Jim Hamilton a Dispensational Premillennialist, and Sam Storms an Amillennialist … Continue reading

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