Question: How can “every eye shall see him” in Rev 1:7 apply to AD 70? Rev 1:7 reads: “Behold, He is coming with the clouds, and every eye will see Him, even those who pierced Him; and all the tribes of the earth will mourn over Him. So it is to be. Amen.” This appears […]

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For those unfamiliar with postmillennialism, perhaps it would be good to give a basic summary listing of the distinctive elements of this hope-filled eschatology. This is especially important for this eschatological perspective because it is so easily maligned by false assumptions. 1. The kingdom’s founding. Postmillennialism holds that the Lord Jesus Christ founds his Messianic […]

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This is an eschatological interview with Kenneth Gentry by Marion Kim. Kim: To Evangelicals, ”the millennium” refers to the thousand-year period of Christ’s rule as mentioned in the Book of Revelation. While most Evangelicals agree the millenium will certainly come, they differ in their understanding of Christ’s return. Premillenialists believe Christ will come before the […]

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Christianity affirms the material order. In creation God made the physical world (Gen. 1) and man with a tangible body (Gen. 2:7). In redemption God effects the incarnation of Christ (Heb. 2:14) and His physical resurrection (Luke 24:39). We should not be surprised, then, that even in the consummation we will once again inhabit physical […]

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Few doctrines of the Bible receive more attention among evangelicals today than the second coming of Christ. And since His return is a foundational doctrine of the historic Christian faith, it well deserves our notice. Unfortunately though, the second advent is more deeply loved and firmly believed than biblically understood. We tend to have a […]

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No eschatological school is enjoys full acceptance of all the various details of a system. But what are some key distinctions within postmillennialism? One of those distinctives is almost getting more discussion than postmillennialism itself.

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Who are the postmillennialists who have written in modern times? The Christian marketplace is filled with dispensationalist “prophecy experts.” But are there any modern proponents of postmillennialism? And if so, who are they? Though they seldom write multi-billion selling books. And despite the fact they almost never have movie series based on their theological writings. […]

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