Sam Storms Interview on Kingdom Come

I saw that Sam Storms was on the Two Thieves Podcast to discuss his book Kingdom Come and other issues relating to Amillennialism. I thought I would share with anyone who is interested in hearing Sam articulate our eschatological position. Listen in here. Enjoy!

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Eschatology – A Comprehensive Historical and Theological Overview by Sam Waldron

258402666_1280x960Sam Waldron is one of the great Baptist Amillennialists of our day. He has  several published books on the subject of eschatology including The End Times Made Simple. He has also successfully defended Amillennialism in debate.

Dr. Waldron and Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary have provided his entire 17 lecture course on eschatology free online for your viewing pleasure. Please take the time to have a look at some of these great video lectures.

 

 

Postmillennialism Drops Out of the Eschatological Race

babylon beeI always enjoy a good laugh especially when it’s good clean fun. There is a new Christian satire website called The Babylon Bee that has already found its way in my daily reading for its unique and hilarious mock stories. I thought I would share this particular one with my readers that has as its headline Postmillennialism Drops Out of the Eschatological Race.

Enjoy!

A couple of Items

StormsToday, there appeared an excellent  post from Sam Storms on his website titled Childbirth and Death in the New Heavens and New Earth. that I felt was worth mentioning. It’s definitely worthy of a careful read especially in light of the emphasis that our Dispensational Premillennial and Postmillennial brethren place on this passage to substantiate their view of the millennium.

Also, Kim Riddlebarger appeared on Issues ETC to discuss Chris McNabb’s recent end of the world prediction which was supposed to happen on October 7 of this year. To listen to the audio, please click here.

The Five Points of Amillennialism

While doing some research relating to Covenant Theology, I came across this sermon by Jeffrey D. Johnson on Amillennialism. The title of the sermon is The 5 Points of Amillennialism which undoubtedly peaked my interest seeing that I’m Calvinistic in my soteriology. I found this sermons very well articulated and I thought I would share.

By the way, the five point of Amillennialism according to Johnson are:

I.      Spiritual Israel
II.     Redemptive-Historical Hermeneutic
III.    Already, Not Yet
IV.     No (Geo-Political) Millennium
V.      Catastrophic Second Coming

Dean Davis on Iron Sharpens Iron

indexOur brother Dean Davis, author of the book The High King of Heaven: Discovering the Master Keys to the Great End Time Debate will be a guest on Chris Arnzen’s radio program Iron Sharpens Iron to discuss his book and the eschatological position called Amillennialism. The interview will be on Monday, August 17th 2015 from 4:00-5:00 EDT.

On another note, Iron Sharpens Iron will be hosting a number of eschatologist from various schools of thought throughout the week. We highly recommend tuning in for these broadcasts!

Online Commentaries

man-with-binocularsWe have done some exploring in Google Books in an attempt to find any online commentaries available from an Amillennial perspective. We did find a few titles worth posting on the website and thought we’d share out addition. Please remember that while Google Books does provide a large portion of a book that it generally does not include the entirety of a book and hence there may be sections missing. We still felt that the portions that are included may be useful to our readers and their studies.

More additions…

penWe have added a number of new resources to the website. Here is a brief overview of some of the additions.

We have added a number of online books to our section including books by Geerhardus Vos, Anthony Hoekema and William Hendricksen.

We have also added several articles to the website including the Eschatology of the Psalter by Geerhadus Vos, The Eschatology of the Book of Esther by Iain Duguid, an article on the resurrection by Cornelis Venema and an article on the Final Judgment by Leon Morris.

Enjoy!