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Premillennialism Interviews Wrapup

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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3 Premillennialists Duke It Out

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.

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Historic Premillennialism: An Interview with Jim Hamilton

This is the fourth part of our interviews on Premillennialism. Introducing the final view, Historic Premillennialism, is Dr. Jim Hamilton of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Hamilton also blogs here.

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Progressive Dispensationalism: an Interview with Darrell Bock

This is the third part of our interviews on Premillennialism. Introducing our second view, Progressive Dispensationalism, is Dr. Darrell Bock of Dallas Theological Seminary.

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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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