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I believe that Revelation was written in AD 65-66 about events in AD 70. Some complain that if that is so, how could John have expected it to be widely circulated in so short a period of time? It seems the book’s grandiose vision would be largely wasted because of the time frame involved. It […]

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Despite popular opinion, the Book of Revelation does not undermine the postmillennial hope. If fact, it does the opposite: it underscores. But before one can interpret Revelation properly he must understand when John wrote it. In that it is important to determine the date of Revelation in order to understand what John was writing about, […]

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Revelation is an important book in the New Testament, being largely given over to prophetic issues. Some believe that the vast array of judgments in Revelation contradict postmillennialism’s optimistic outlook on the future. In  my current series of posts I am showing that Revelation does not contradict postmillennialism, because Revelation is actually dealing with prophecies concerning the […]

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Now that I have your attention with the photograph of seven modern European leaders, I know that you are probably a dispensationalist in interpreting Revelation. But read on! I think you will be impressed with a better view of the famed seven kings of Revelation. Postmillennialism holds that the future will be won by the […]

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Despite many Christians, the Book of Revelation does not provide evidence that rebuts postmillennialism’s optimistic outlook on history. In other posts I have pointed out the importance of properly dating the Book of Revelation, which is so crucial for understanding the book. I believe it should be dated prior to the destruction of the temple in […]

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Our blog seeks to explain, promote and defend postmillennialism, which is optimistic about the future conquest of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Some, however, will reject postmillennialism’s optimism due to certain negative passages in Scripture. They often point to the Book of Revelation as a large piece of evidence against any optimism for the future […]

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