This year has been productive for publishing.
The first-ever Greek linguistic analysis on the millennial text in the book of Revelation has been published: A Linguistic Approach to Revelation 19:11—20:6 and the Millennium Binding of Satan. Linguistic Biblical Studies 23 (Leiden: Brill, 2022).
While this latter volume is technical and a full appreciation of its argumentation requires a knowledge of Greek, I am expanding its scope and writing a more general treatment for non-scholars: Future Millennium: A New Approach to Premillennialism in Revelation 19:11—22:5.
The second book published this year is the first-ever examination on the foundations of pretribulation theology: Pretrib: Examining the Foundations of Pretribulation Rapture Theology (Rice Lake, WI: Eschatos Publishing, 2022).
Next spring, I am looking forward to announcing the most extensive book ever published on the topic of the future restoration of Israel—200,000 words! The Future Restoration of Israel: A Response to Supersessionism, edited by Stanley E. Porter and Alan E. Kurschner. McMaster Biblical Studies Series 13 (Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2023, forthcoming).
In this latter volume, we have twenty scholars each contributing a chapter (to name a few: Michael Brown, Craig Evans, Mitch Glaser, Walter Kaiser, Darrell Bock, et al.) My contribution is the Introduction and a chapter titled “Should the 144,000 in Revelation 7:3–8 Be Identified as the Great Multitude in 7:9–17?: A Response to Gregory K. Beale.”
The next issue of Biblical Prophecy Magazine is slated to be published at the beginning of the year. I will be resuming the Biblical Prophecy Program podcast now that I have a couple of these major projects behind me.
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