The leap-frog hermeneutic of premillennialism takes Israel completely out of the range of all things spoken by Moses and the Prophets. Continue reading “Max King: The Problem With Premillennialism (2002)”
Here’s how 1,000 Protestant clergy disagree on the rapture, the Antichrist, and other points of eschatology.
what finally made the doctrine of the rapture an enduring presence in America was the wide dissemination of the Scofield Reference Bible. Continue reading “J.D. King: Exposing The Rapture Myth You’ve Been Taught All Your Life (2015)”
Chiliasm is the ancient name for premillennialism, the belief that when Jesus Christ returns he will set up on earth a temporary kingdom, where resurrected saints will rule with him over non-resurrected subjects for a thousand years Continue reading “Charles Hill: Why the Early Church Finally Rejected Premillennialism (1996)”
Far from admitting something must be wrong with the interpretation, premillennial Christians still insist the events are future —and probably pretty close.
Boyd concluded, not that the early church was not premillennial, but that early church did not have much in common with modern or dispensational premillennialism as represented by Dr. Ryrie and others.
- Preterism promotes antisemitic views that were foundational to the holocaust, crusades and Ku Klux Klan.
The reasoning of the Preterist presupposition of Matthew 24 is that both of the two questions must have their fulfillment in the generation in which they were asked.
he study of eschatology is made more complex by the existence of different schemes or “systems” which purport to assess the evidence in an unbiased manner, and present an objective framework to assist in understanding the Scriptures. Nevertheless, the study of “last things” must be undertaken if we are to arrive at correct conclusions regarding God’s redemptive plan. Continue reading “Brian Simmons: A Brief Survey of Eschatology (2010)”
Many conservative Christians believe that the prophecy was fulfilled in the church’s first century.