Tag Archives: Historic Premillennialism

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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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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Do not become another George Eldon Ladd

Many of us are familiar with the name George Eldon Ladd, a leading evangelical scholar of his times and professor at Fuller seminary for some 25 years—the guy who taught so many of us about the kingdom of God and … Continue reading

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The Rapture could be a Bad Idea…

For a season I held to Dispensational Premillennialism and a Pre-Tribulation Rapture position.  But I had to give it up Dispensationalism and my Pre-Trib Rapture position. My three reasons for doing so: 1. My Views on the Kingdom have changed. … Continue reading

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