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All forms of Postmillennialism (preterist, historicist, idealist) hold to the orthodox doctrines of Scripture. One of the important eschatological doctrines which has always been accepted by the Church is the doctrine of the resurrection. Our resurrection is linked to Christ’s: the manner in which he was resurrected sets the paradigm which our resurrection will follow. […]

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In my previous study I began analyzing the Great Commission as a foundational text for postmillennialism. In that study I noted that the Commission revolves around four “all’s.” The first two alls highlighted Christ authority as “all authority” and his directive disciple “all nations.” In this study we will look at the two remaining alls, […]

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Most Christians know the Great Commission quite well, are able to find it in the Bible, and can cite it by heart. They also instinctively love it as the command of the resurrected Lord. Nevertheless, though it is well-known, it is poorly understood. It is loved as a foundational command for Christ’s church, giving her […]

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