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Because of postmillennialism’s long-term expectations, many evangelicals complain that this eschatology undermines the spirit of watchfulness enjoined upon Christ’s Church. After all, by the very nature of the case postmillennialism denies the “imminent” return of Christ. For instance, best-selling dispensationalist author Dave Hunt laments postmillennialism because, in it “there is an increasing antagonism against eagerly […]

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by Jeffery J. Ventrella, J.D. This two-part series addresses a vital, yet often overlooked topic — the ethics of eschatology. Stated simply, the pertinent question posed is this: If theonomic postmillennialism is true, and it certainly is, then what differences, here and now, should this conviction make in the lives of Christians and their churches? […]

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by William O. Einwechter (William O. Einwechter serves as a teaching elder at Immanuel Free Reformed Church in Ephrata, Pennsylvania. He is also the vice president of the National Reform Association and the editor of The Christian Statesman.) Postmillennialism is a doctrine that instills hope for the future. Other eschatological views will, no doubt, say […]

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