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Many contemporary Christians, especially among the dispensationalists, denounce postmillennialism as a late-blooming, liberal approach to Scripture. Generally postmillennialism is written off as a narrowly-held and insignificant influence in evangelicalism. But oddly enough, even while writing off this hope-filled eschatology, they break out their hymnals and begin singing postmillennial hymns! The great hymnody of the church […]

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A recent book and DVD by rabbi Jonathan Cahn suggest that America is about to undergo judgment which parallels what was prophesied for ancient Israel. Cahn maintains that “nine harbingers” of warning were given to Israel and these same warnings now apply to the United States: “Before its destruction as a nation, ancient Israel received […]

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Some amillennialists complain that postmillennialists wrongly categorize them as “pessimistic.” They generally reject this evaluation for two reasons: (1) It is negative sounding in itself, and (2) it overlooks the fact that they argue that ultimately Christ and his people win the victory at the end of history. Still other amillennialists deny this designation because […]

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by Jefferey Ventrella, J.D. This is part 2 of a two-part series on Practicing Postmillennialism. Demonstrating Evangelistic and Missiological Zeal Theonomic postmillennialism also demands that one demonstrate evangelistic and missiological zeal as well. God’s Word confidently describes the Lord’s expanding reign: His name shall endure forever; His name shall continue as long as the sun. […]

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