Well, my interviews on Premillennialism are now over. I hope they have been informative and thought provoking, they certainly have been for me. I have been pleasantly surprised and pleased by the positive feedback and appreciate all the extra traffic!
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Well, duking it out is not quite accurate, but it’s a catchy title! For this part of the interview, I asked, “if you could ask ___ any question, what would it be?” I then gave them a chance to respond. Here’s how the questions work out.
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.
Is there a singular purpose behind everything that God does in history? Did this same purpose also motivate the human authors of Scripture? Jim Hamilton would answer ‘yes’ to these questions, and believes the purpose to be God’s Glory in Salvation Through Judgment, hence the title of this book.
Here is another insight drawn from Jim Hamilton’s God’s Glory in Salvation Through Judgment.