Amillennialism, dispensational premillennialism, historic premillennialism, postmillennialism, preterism. These are difficult words to pronounce and even harder. In a clear and accessible manner, Kim Riddlebarger presents and defends amillennialism—the belief that the millennium is a present reality. A Case for Amillennialism has ratings and 71 reviews. Brent said: An excellent and timely book, as the second edition/printing was just released last.
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He also does not give the amillennialist interpretation of numerous end-times passages, theJews for example. This is a solid work with Although I mostly listened to the book, and selectively read some portions, I kinda knew what I would be getting. He moves on to explain how amillennialism is compatible with covenant theology and defends its principles “Amillennialism” doesn’t deny the millennial reign of Christ.
Notes on the Canons of Dort First Head. Sermons on the Book of Jude. He then covers the critical texts, and draws conclusions.
As much as I appreciate the effort, it makes no sense to be optimistic about God’s kingdom and simultaneously believe the kingdoms of this world will surround and beat it This is an excellent book for the way it handles dispensationalism and premillennialism. After growing up under dispensational teachings but finding them problematic as an adult, I dabbled in preterism for a bit.
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He is cohost of the popular White Horse Inn weekly radio program sponsored by the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. Amillennialists believe that the promises God made to the patriarchs Abraham and David in particular and to Israel as His chosen people have been fulfilled in Jesus Christ and in His church, thus eliminating any future recognition of Israel as a chosen people of God distinct from the church, the body of Christ.
In the case of the year reign, it means assessing how Jesus and other New Testament authors viewed the prophetic portions of the Old Testament. Although I mostly listened to the book, and selectively read some portions, I kinda knew what I would be getting.
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I rated this book three stars because it has some good content in it regarding hermeneutics and covenant theology. Finally, he evaluates the main problems facing each of the major millennial positions and cautions us to be aware of the consequences of each view. Riddlebarger’s strongest argument for amillennialism is redemptive-historical.
Third, he picks the key passages that speak into the issue: Amillwnnialism with This Book.
Like the author, I was raised a dispensational premillennialist. Daniel’s prophecy, the Olivet discourse, Romans 11 and Rev Helpful amillsnnialism on this topic, even if it’s not a subject that thrills me to study.
I cqse with him on several things, but I feel he severely eisegetes the Olivet Discourse pg. Sermons on the Book of Hebrews. Scripture Index for A Case for Amillennialism. Sometimes you come across a book that you wish you had read 10 years ago.
This is an incredible introduction and I would recommend it to anyone, especially dispensationalists, interested in looking into amillennial theology. I listened to certain chapters more than amillennialosm.
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A Case for Amillennialism Note: For free resources on this subject visit his blog, The Riddleblog, where he has a plethora of free charts, manuscripts and audio. Sermons on First Corinthians. There’s a great chapter he Eschatology doesn’t get me out of bed in the morning. No trivia or quizzes yet.
A clear foe concise study of the views of eschatology.