What Is the Best Argument for Premillennialism?

I am finishing my PhD this coming year, finally. My dissertation is on a linguistic analysis of the cohesion between Revelation 19–20. Without exception, amillennialists break the unified discourse at Revelation 20:1, being influenced by the chapter break. They retroject the binding of Satan by lifting this event from its immediate context back to the […]

Audio Available! Future Israel, Future Millennium – Bible Prophecy Conference

The conference this weekend was such as blessing. God was glorified in the proclamation of his promise of  faithfulness to Israel in their future salvation and their future land. God is not a promise-breaker as supersessionism (a.k.a replacement theology) essentially teaches. God’s gifts and calling are irrevocable. Be sure to purchase the conference audio to […]

Revelation 20 Is NOT Where the Millennial Debate Should Begin

This past weekend I gave a paper at the Evangelical Theological Society Northeast Section’s Annual Meeting in Clarks Summit, PA at Baptist Bible Seminary. The title of my paper is THE TERMINUS A QUO OF THE BINDING OF SATAN: A FUNCTIONAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF REVELATION 19:11–20:3. I argued that the many cohesion ties in Revelation […]

When Does the Binding of Satan’s Thousand Years Begin? – Revelation 19:11–20:3 Supports Premillennialism, not Amillennialism – Ep. 3

http://traffic.libsyn.com/thebiblicalprophecyprogram/003-Revelation_20.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedI talked about what the millennial debate is not about, and what it is about. Many interpreters frame the wrong question when they engage the millennial debate. This allowed me to introduce the most fundamental principle of interpreting the Bible, which is to ignore chapter breaks. I […]