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Dispensationalism: An Interview with Paul Henebury (pt. 2)

We’re continuing the series on the three major Premillennial views. If you want to know what this is all about, see the opening post: Premillennialism interviews.

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Dispensationalism: Interview with Paul Henebury (pt. 1)

In honour of my birthday (today! don’t worry, I pre-scheduled this post) I’m kicking off my series on Premillennial views. For more, see the opening post: Premillennialism interviews.

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Premillennialism Interviews

Last week to introduce this post, I started writing about the importance of eschatology, which ended up getting quite long and so became a post of its own. Now, in this post, we can turn to what I had originally planned: an introduction and examination of three kinds of Premillennialism by way of interviews with a proponent of each one.

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Lectures on Different Millennial views

It’s good for us as students of the Word to seek to best understand those whom we disagree with. Unfortunately this seems to be a particular weakness with the subject of eschatology, with the different views on the Millennium often being misrepresented or misunderstood.

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Credo Mag on Kingdom Through Covenant

Fred Zaspel just posted his review/reflections on Gentry and Wellum’s Kingdom Through Covenant  over at the Credo Mag website.

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Kingdom through Covenant: The Reviews

I’m finally back after a busy few weeks into the new Bible College semester! I have many more posts planned so expect more to come.

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