Postmillennialism.com was founded by Gary DeMar and Brandon Vallorani in August, 2011 to give Christians a biblical vision of how the gospel will change the world. In November 2011 Ken Gentry began overseeing the website. Six days a week we provide eschatological articles defending and promoting postmillennialism and critiquing non-postmillennial positions.
Postmillennialism is a realistic eschatology that shows both the power of the Gospel as it operates in the world as well as the sinfulness of man that must be conquered by that gospel. An early proponent of the postmillennial hope taught us to pray:
“Your kingdom come. Your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven…. Do not lead us into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen.” (Matt 6:10, 13)
In addition to those study articles, we post current news items of interest to concerned Christians. These posts sometimes present encouraging news that demonstrates the progress of the postmillennial hope. These news post cover such issues as the growth of Christianity in the world, the mission work of the church, and biblically-based actions in our culture. But other posts present negative news items that show that our work as Christians (and postmillennialists) is not done and that we need to exercise a Christian influence in all areas of life. These articles highlight the reality of persecution in some countries, the danger of Islam, the failures of secular political action, and so forth.
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- Brandon R. Vallorani, Co-Founder
- Gary D. DeMar, Ph. D., Co-Founder
- Kenneth Gentry, Jr., Th.D., Managing Editor
- Jacob Lamont, Director of Web Development