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Sam Storms, 2013
The second coming of Christ has always been grounds for sharp disagreement for Christians-even Christians within the same tradition. Many hold to premillennialism: that Christ's return will be followed by 1,000 years before the final judgment, a belief popularized in the bestselling Left Behind novels. However, premillennialism is not the only option-or even the best option-for Christians. In Kingdom Come: The Amillennial Alternative, Sam Storms provides a biblical rationale for amillennialism; the belief that the 1,000 years in Revelation 20 is symbolic of the reign of Christ and his people throughout the present church age. To this end, Storms evaluates competing views, examines the foundational hermeneutical issues in play, and then thoroughly and exegetically expounds the amillennial view drawing on the entire biblical corpus. 589 pages, hardcover, Scripture index, subject index.
With an uninterrupted printing history since it was first published in 1939, Dr. Hendriksen's interpretation of the Book of Revelation has served as a solid resource and a source of inspiration for generations. As a pastor, teacher, and writer, Dr. Hendriksen was widely known for his ability to combine scholarship with simplicity and warmth. In this commentary, Dr. Hendriksen challenges you to face a restless and confusing world with a joyful, confident spirit, secure in the knowledge that God reigns and is coming again soon. 216 pages, paper, bibliography, index.
In a clear and accessible manner, Kim Riddlebarger presents and defends amillennialism as the historic Protestant understanding of the millennial age. Amillennarians believe that the millennium is a present reality centered in Christ's heavenly reign, not a future hope of Christ's rule on earth after his return.
Recognizing that eschatology-the study of future things-is a complicated and controversial subject, Riddlebarger begins with definitions of key terminology and an overview of various viewpoints and related biblical themes. He then discusses key passages of Scripture that bear upon the millennial age, including Daniel 9, Matthew 24, Romans 11, and Revelation 20. Finally, he evaluates the main problems facing each of the major millennial positions (dispensational premillennialism, historic premillennialism, postmillennialism, and preterism) and cautions readers to be aware of the consequences of each view. 272 pages, paper.
Some preachers claim the End is near. Throughout Christian history, all predictions of dates and times have proved false. No one today can do better. Klaassen, employing the amillennial view, helps Christians enjoy God's kingdom now and anticipate its fulfillment. That hope has nothing to do with literal wars, physical weapons, and rivers of blood. Instead, God is bringing in a peaceable kingdom. This book addresses those who are sure they know when the End is coming, those who are confused and want biblical answers, and those who are no longer concerned about spiritual and heavenly realities. 288 pages, paper
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