https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/thebiblicalprophecyprogram/A_Survey_on_the_Millennial_Viewpoints_-_Ep._175_.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedDr. Kurschner began a millennial series with this first episode explaining what the millennial debate is about in the first place. He explains the difference between the two major millennial rubrics: (1) the temporal view (premillennialism, amillennialism, postmillennialism) and the non-temporal view (thematic millennialism). Next week, he […]
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/thebiblicalprophecyprogram/174_The_Bride_Comes_with_the_New_Jerusalem_.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedDr. Alan Kurschner discussed the link between John 14 and Revelation 21 explaining why the Bride in the New Jerusalem will descend to earth just before the Millennium begins—and not at the end of the millennium as many interpreters believe. Links mentioned in the program: https://amzn.to/3BcP4Wy […]
In his podcast Bible Prophecy Talk, Chris White makes a case that the Gog Magog battle described in Ezekiel 38–39 will take place at the end of the Millennium—not before the millennium as is commonly believed. You can also watch video playlist of his series on this topic:
Don’t be so sure that you know what Dispensationalism believes. In this lecture, Dr. Mike Stallard debunks commonplace misrepresentations.
Dr. Mike Stallard points out salient examples of the inconsistent hermeneutic of replacement theology concerning God’s promises. I have it time-stamped in the video below.
Many who misrepresent dispensationalism have never read any primary dispensational literature. The following discussion dispels the most common, recurring misrepresentations out there.
Dr. Joseph Parle author of Dispensational Development and Departure, beginning at timestamp 10:03, makes the excellent observation why covenant theology is averse to viewing a future physical, millennial kingdom. I’ll quote some of what he says on this point: [There] is a tendency to see this kind of more how the covenant theologians do, more […]
I am glad to see Dr. James White investigating eschatology. While I think he is wrong on postmillennialism and preterism, at least, contrary to popular opinion, it is a step closer to prewrath premillennialism. However, Dr. White has always practiced—and something I greatly respect—engaging the best arguments on the other side. But here is where […]
Barry asked: How can the mountains and islands be moved from their places in the seals AND the bowls. Are they moved from their places twice? Or are the seals and the bowls different narratives of the same event? Good question. First, Rev 6:14 reads, “The sky was split apart like a scroll being rolled […]
While the following discussion is not about nations in the millennium, you will see that it directly speaks to this. When Christ returns, God will continue his ordained-entity of nations. The amillennial notion of a nationless post-return of Jesus is unbiblical. You will find this biblical theological discussion between Jon Harris and Thomas Achord on […]
I had technical difficulties at the beginning, but fixed it at 6:38.