Rediscovered Early Church Premillennialism

Rediscovered Early Church Premillennialism Author Robert Franklin
ISBN-10 1938239059
Year 2014-09-12
Pages 204
Language en

Finally! What Christians have searched for since the Reformation-the early church premillennial view of prophecy. It was lost in the dark ages. It was prevented from being researched in the sixteenth century by Reformation wars. Early Church Premillennialism remained lost. Until today! Today, all discovered writings of the earliest church fathers have been compiled in the ten-volume collection The Ante-Nicene Fathers, Translations of the Writings of the Fathers Down to A.D. 325. Gleaned from almost a hundred quotations from these early church writings, you will discover in this book what those who lived closest to Christ's disciples taught about: The Rapture of the Church Signs that Precede Christ's Return (are they now unfolding?) The Tribulation (they interpreted it differently than today) The Antichrist (their insights into this coming evil world leader) The Wrath of the Lamb Armageddon The Millennium The New Heaven and New Earth . . . and much more . . . You will find how simple Bible prophecy is when interpreted as the earliest church fathers knew how to interpret it. Get your copy of Rediscovered Early Church Premillennialism: Teachings of the Earliest Church Fathers on Prophecy today!


ISBN-10 9781414033495
Year 2004-04-28
Pages 408
Language en
Publisher AuthorHouse

There are basic Bible interpertation rules that must be applied when you study the Bible. In this book Dr. Puett has meticulously applied the rules. You will not be disappointed if you want to know what the Bible has to say about the future. Stop listening to speculation and reading fiction. Find out what the Bible says. In this book you will find the keys to understanding prophecy, where the nations fit, the main characters in the tribulation, and the seconding coming of Christ. Want to know what the Bible says; this is the book for you.

A Case for Historic Premillennialism

A Case for Historic Premillennialism Author Craig L. Blomberg
ISBN-10 1441210563
Year 2009-02-01
Pages 204
Language en
Publisher Baker Academic

Many evangelical readers who have learned the basics of eschatology from popular authors and more recently from novelists assume that dispensational premillennialism, with its distinctive teachings about the pretribulation rapture of the church, is the only reliable view of the end times and the return of Christ. This volume, however, offers a compelling case for an alternative perspective--one that was widely prevalent throughout church history. The contributors, all respected scholars in their respective fields, suggest that classic premillennialism offers believers a more coherent and viable approach to understanding eschatology. Their studies, which examine eschatology from biblical, theological, historical, and missiological approaches, provide a broadly accessible argument for returning to the perspectives of historic premillennial eschatology.

Christian Hope through Fulfilled Prophecy

Christian Hope through Fulfilled Prophecy Author Charles S. Meek
ISBN-10 9781483543383
Year 2014-10-01
Pages 424
Language en
Publisher BookBaby

As documented in this book, the most persistent challenge by skeptics hostile to the Bible and Christianity is that Jesus did not return when He promised—within the lifetimes of his followers. Indeed, there are over 100 passages in the New Testament clearly declaring: (1) that the writers of the New Testament themselves were in the "last days," and (2) that Jesus would return while some of his disciples were still alive, in fulfillment of all that had been prophesied. Were Jesus and the New Testament writers wrong? If Jesus and the writers of the New Testament were wrong, they could not have been inspired, and Jesus Himself was a false prophet. This critical problem must be addressed by the church. Could the "last days" be referring to the final days of the Old Covenant order rather than to the end of the physical universe? Was the "time of the end" when Jerusalem and the temple were destroyed in AD 70—the date when the ancient covenantal system of temple sacrifices for sin ended forever? Could many modern Christians have misunderstood what Jesus meant by his Parousia (his "Second Coming") —that it was to be a divine, but non-visible "coming in judgment" against the Jews in AD 70—similar to God's coming in judgment against the Jews or their enemies on multiple occasions in the Old Testament? Could the King James Version of the Bible have misled English speaking Christians for 400 years about certain critical details? This book explores these possibilities, which if true, resolve the challenges to the accuracy of the Bible. The author examines the growing view of Bible prophecy called "preterism" or "covenant eschatology." This is the view that most, if not all prophecy has been fulfilled, completely disarming the challenges by Christianity's opponents. Before you dismiss this idea, you should test your presuppositions against what the Bible actually says. The preterist view has been held by some Christians since the first century and is gaining adherents today as flaws in the popular theories are being critically examined and discredited. Evangelical preterism restores Jesus as a true prophet and the Bible as reliable and authoritative. The torrent of popular books and claims about biblical prophecy in recent decades seems to have a peculiar appeal to lay believers who, curiously enough, find hope in an expected destruction of the planet and its replacement with a utopia in which even carnivorous animals will take up vegetarianism. It is simply taken for granted that the Bible predicts and explains an end of time, and that there is no number of elapsed centuries spent waiting for it that cannot be called the "end times." This book upends such notions and will be of considerable interest to any Christian who takes the Bible seriously but is confounded, confused, and frustrated with the near comical, but sad state of affairs that afflicts modern Christianity on the question of the supposed end of all things. The book is the product of over 10 years of research by the author, along with input from eight contributors. The book critically examines all of the popular views of Bible prophecy, many of which are contradictory or are little more than fanciful speculations without biblical support. It is written in easy-to-follow language for the informed layman, and it clearly and definitively answers the objections to the preterist view. If you have never studied Bible prophecy carefully, or if the various modern views of prophecy just do not make sense when you read your Bible, this book will give you increased confidence in God's Word. It covers all of the eschatological topics including the New Heaven and New Earth, the Day of the Lord, the End of the Age, the Apocalypse, the Beast, the Great Tribulation, the Millennium, the Second Coming, the Kingdom of God, the Rapture, the Resurrection, and more. It brings extraordinary clarity to a difficult subject. Fear not to be challenged and changed.

The Last Days of Dispensationalism

The Last Days of Dispensationalism Author Alistair W. Donaldson
ISBN-10 9781498272544
Year 2010-10-28
Pages 184
Language en
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers

How we understand God's future purposes for the world must shape, to a significant degree, how Christians live life in the present. The decades since the publication of Hal Lindsey's, The Late Great Planet Earth, have seen a great deal of end-times speculation. Signs of the end-time apocalypse occurring soon have been heralded across our radios, televisions, the internet, and through written forms of media, urging people to either be ready for the rapture or be left behind to endure the horrific suffering of the tribulation as God's end-time program unfolds. Is this really what the Bible teaches about the purposes of the God of whom our Bible declares so loved the world that he gave his only son in order that all things be reconciled. The Last Days of Dispensationalism carefully examines this popular understanding known to us as dispensationalism and urges us to think again and to see within the Bible's grand salvation narrative and in the person of Jesus Christ a better message of redemptive hope for the future and a greater sense of meaning and purpose for the present.

The Basis of the Premillennial Faith

The Basis of the Premillennial Faith Author Charles Caldwell Ryrie
ISBN-10 1593870116
Year 2005-01-01
Pages 138
Language en
Publisher Ecs Ministries

Are you looking forward with expectation? Although premillennialism continues to be popular today, it is by no means a new doctrine. Rather, because of its solid foundation in biblical truth, premillennialism has been a prominent system of interpretation throughout church history. Dr. Ryrie begins this book by introducing systems of interpretation and their vital importance in studying prophecy. He then proceeds to trace how premillennialism has its basis in history, hermeneutics, the Abrahamic covenant, Davidic covenant, new covenant, ecclesiology, and eschatology. Whether you are new to premillennialist teaching, or whether you are interested in a more systematic understanding of its basis in scripture, the contents of this book will clarify, instruct, and inspire. - Back cover.

Holman Concise Bible Dictionary

Holman Concise Bible Dictionary Author Holman Bible Staff
ISBN-10 9780805495485
Year 2011-01-01
Pages 657
Language en
Publisher B&H Publishing Group

The 4,000+ entries in this portable Bible dictionary cover everything from key people, places, and things throughout Scripture to what God s Word says about contemporary issues like abortion and debt. "

Regnum Caelorum

Regnum Caelorum Author Charles Evan Hill
ISBN-10 0802846343
Year 2001
Pages 324
Language en
Publisher Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

Regnum Caelorum is a groundbreaking book that explores the largely overlooked connection in early Christian thought between understandings of the millennium and the intermediate state of the soul after death. Charles Hill traces Christian views of the soul's fate in Jewish texts, the New Testament, and in early Christian writers through the mid-third century A.D. His findings lead to a provocative new assessment of the development of Christian eschatology that corrects many misconceptions of earlier scholarly research. This second edition updates and substantially expands Hill's highly respected original work published by Oxford.

When the Holy Spirit Reveals

When the Holy Spirit Reveals Author MR Gregg N. Huestis
ISBN-10 9780615439303
Year 2011-01
Pages 206
Language en
Publisher Gregg N. Huestis

When the Holy Spirit Reveals covers 12 separate, yet intertwined, topics. The primary point of each chapter: challenge the reader to reevaluate what he or she believes on each subject, such as, the power of the spoken word, visualization and Scripture, Paul's Thorn in the flesh, women in the ministry, tithing. I want the reader to research all subjects for one's self and make their own decision based on researching God's Word.

The Moody Handbook of Theology

The Moody Handbook of Theology Author Paul P Enns
ISBN-10 9780802491152
Year 2014-03-27
Pages 816
Language en
Publisher Moody Publishers

The study of God, His nature, and His Word are all essential to the Christian faith. Now those interested in Christian theology have a newly revised and updated reference tool in the 25th Anniversary Edition of The Moody Handbook of Theology. In this classic and timeless one-volume resource, Paul Enns offers a comprehensive overview of the five dimensions of theology: biblical, systematic, historical, dogmatic, and contemporary. Each section includes an introduction, chapters on key points, specific studies pertinent to that theology, books for further study, and summary evaluations of each dimension. Charts, graphs, glossary, and indexes add depth and breadth. Theology, once the domain of academicians and learned pastors, is now accessible to anyone interested in understanding the essentials of what Christians believe. The Moody Handbook of Theology is a concise doctrinal reference tool for newcomers and seasoned veterans alike.