Amillennial Book Recommendations

It can be simple enough to find books supporting any theological or philosophical view. A quick search on Goodreads or even on Amazon will give you lots of options. But sometimes finding the right books is a challenge. When someone knows nothing about a particular subject, it’s good to look for the best books to fit your research. Of course, this task becomes more challenging depending on the level of expertise you wish to consult. Do you want to explore every little detail, even the historical, linguistic and cultural backgrounds or are you ok with simply a more summarized approach?

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Eschatology Debate On Unbelievable

One of the most significant means by which one can grow their faith and understanding of scripture is through debate. Truly the first to plead his case seems right, Until another comes and examines him (Proverbs 18:17). It’s important to have our views challenged and to examine our doctrine to properly respond to these challenges. The Unbelieveable Broadcast hosted by Justin Brierly is always exploring various views on theological themes through debate and dialogue. In this episode, Daniel Goepfrich and Chris Date debate the Premillennial and Amillennial approaches when considering the return of Christ.

A Night of Eschatology with Sam Storms

I saw that Sam Storms, Author of the eschatological gem, Kingdom Come, participated in an evening of presenting various eschatological views. Here’s the write up from Dr. Storm’s website:

As many of you know, several years ago I participated in a panel discussion with John Piper, Doug Wilson, and Jim Hamilton on the subject of eschatology. It was a two-hour event that was hosted at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis.

A few weeks ago I was invited to do something similar at Frontline Church here in OKC. The major difference is that I was the only participant. I presented the various schools of thought on eschatology for about 50 minutes and then answered questions for another 45.

The only thing that may make this slightly difficult for you is that the people were given several pages of charts that portray the various positions, and I based my talk on what they had in hand. But I think you should still glean much from the time. I hope you enjoy it. Here is the link.

Les faux christs – Discours du mont des Oliviers (7)

This is the eighth part of a series of sermons on the Olivet Discourse from an Amillennial perspective in French. I’m posting this for our Francophone brothers and sisters.

Pascal Denault is the pastor of St-Jérôme Evangelical Church in St-Jérôme Québec. He is the author of The Disctinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology and his sermons and other resources can be found on his website Un Héraut dans le Net. He has also done another series on audio on the topic of eschatology found here.

La grande tribulation – Discours du mont des Oliviers (6) – Mt 24.21-22

This is the seventh part of a series of sermons on the Olivet Discourse from an Amillennial perspective in French. I’m posting this for our Francophone brothers and sisters.

Pascal Denault is the pastor of St-Jérôme Evangelical Church in St-Jérôme Québec. He is the author of The Disctinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology and his sermons and other resources can be found on his website Un Héraut dans le Net. He has also done another series on audio on the topic of eschatology found here.

Les soixante-dix semaines de Daniel – Excursus eschato-théologique – Mt 24.15 & Dn 9.24-27

This is the sixth part of a series of sermons on the Olivet Discourse from an Amillennial perspective in French. I’m posting this for our Francophone brothers and sisters.

Pascal Denault is the pastor of St-Jérôme Evangelical Church in St-Jérôme Québec. He is the author of The Disctinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology and his sermons and other resources can be found on his website Un Héraut dans le Net. He has also done another series on audio on the topic of eschatology found here.

Discours du mont des Oliviers (5) – Mt 24.15-20

This is the fifth part of a series of sermons on the Olivet Discourse from an Amillennial perspective in French. I’m posting this for our Francophone brothers and sisters.

Pascal Denault is the pastor of St-Jérôme Evangelical Church in St-Jérôme Québec. He is the author of The Disctinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology and his sermons and other resources can be found on his website Un Héraut dans le Net. He has also done another series on audio on the topic of eschatology found here.

Discours du mont des Oliviers (4) – Mt 24.14

This is the fourth part of a series of sermons on the Olivet Discourse from an Amillennial perspective in French. I’m posting this for our Francophone brothers and sisters.

Pascal Denault is the pastor of St-Jérôme Evangelical Church in St-Jérôme Québec. He is the author of The Disctinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology and his sermons and other resources can be found on his website Un Héraut dans le Net. He has also done another series on audio on the topic of eschatology found here.