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When studying biblical eschatology it is important to realize that there are other systems out there. And to compare those systems to your own. In this blog I will briefly summarize the key features of premillennialism. 1. The New Testament era church is the initial phase of Christ’s kingdom, which the Old Testament anticipates especially […]

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“Postmillennialism” is called such on theological grounds rather than on exegetical ones. By that I mean that postmillennialism is not rooted in the famous passage in Revelation which has so dominated the eschatological debate. In fact, postmillennialism ultimately sees Revelation 20 as irrelevant to framing an eschatological system, despite its widespread use in attempting just […]

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Below I will post the third chapter of Loraine Boettner’s important book Postmillennialism, published in 1957. Along with J. Marcellus Kik, Dr. Boettner  (1901–90) was historically significant as one of the key figures in rejuvenating modern postmillennialism. The Postmillennial View We have defined Postmillennialism as that view of the last things which holds that the […]

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