All tagged Postmillennialism

God Aims at the Whole Creation

Jesus has initiated this glorious redemption and he has ascended to the right hand of God the Father Almighty from whence he has poured out His Spirit on His Church who will continue the work of redemption until all of Christ’s enemies have been made a footstool under his feet (Psalm 110:1).

Satan Unbound, Christ (Still) Victorious

One side says that if you believe Satan is not bound then you don’t believe in God’s power and you’re just reading the Bible wrong, the other side says that if you believe Satan is bound then you are just blind to the evils of the world and you don’t read the Bible with a “literal” hermeneutic.

Addressing the Amillennial Alternative: Chapters 13-15

The coming chapters are no easier as they span the gulf that is the book of Revelation from the amillennial perspective. No book has caused more trouble to Christians throughout the history of the church. What Storms puts forth is not new but certainly a valuable element of his systematic presentation of amillennialism.

Book Review: Victory Through the Lamb by Mark Wilson

In conclusion, Victory Through the Lamb is a fascinating blend of eschatological/hermeneutical positions rarely seen together. For individuals beginning to question their Dispensational upbringing this effort by Mark Wilson will be an immensely helpful read. Individuals holding to an Amillennial or Postmillennial view will be unsatisfied with Wilson’s treatment of the resurrections in Revelation 20 (194).