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  • Author: David J. Engelsma
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Author:
David J. Engelsma

theWord Version:
3.x - 4.x

Tab Name:
Engelsma- A Defense of Reformed Amillennialism

Suggest New Tag::
Amillennialism, Postmillennialism, Reformed, Christian Reconstructionism, Theonomy

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"... a must read for those struggling with the 'ill-winds' of the Christian Reconstruction Postmillennial and Dispensational Premillennial views being presented today.
In clear and easily understood language, the author brings into focus the true meaning and implication of the often-used term 'Kingdom of God'. The truth of Scripture is logically and forthrightly presented against the falsehoods of the Dispensationalists, the Christian Reconstructionists, and the Theonomists prevalent in today's society and in much of the church world. The book leaves no doubt concerning the Reformed perspective of the end-times and the coming of Christ's heavenly kingdom.

About the author
David J. Engelsma is a minister of the Word in the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. He served pastorates in Loveland, Colorado, and in South Holland, Illinois, from his ordination in 1963 until 1988. Since 1988 he has served as professor of Dogmatics and Old Testament at the Protestant Reformed Seminary in Grandville, Michigan and as the editor of the Standard Bearer. Among his other published works are Marriage: The Mystery of Christ and the Church; Hyper-Calvinism and the Call of the Gospel; Better to Marry; and Reformed Education."


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A DEFENSE OF (REFORMED) AMILLENNIALISM
By Prof. David J. Engelsma

In a series of editorials in the Standard Bearer from April 1, 1995 through December 15, 1996, Prof. David J. Engelsma presents a defense of Amillennialism against Postmillennialism.

Articles
⦁ An Introduction (1)
⦁ Revelation 20 (2)
⦁ Apostasy and Persecution (3)
⦁ Matthew 24 (Again) (4)
⦁ Matthew 24 (Continued) (5)
⦁ Matthew 24 (Continued) (6)
⦁ Matthew 24 (Concluded) (7)
⦁ Those Glorious Prospects in Old Testament Prophecy (8)
⦁ A Spiritual Interpretation of Isaiah 65:17ff. (9)
⦁ A Spiritual Fulfillment of Isaiah 65:17ff. (10)
⦁ A Spiritual Fulfillment of Isaiah 65:17ff (Concluded) (11)
⦁ The Victory of Christ in History (12)
⦁ The Victory of Christ in History (Concluded) (13)


Source & credits
Source: https://www.prca.org...ennialism.html; website note: “Last modified, 17-Oct-1998”.
Further text editing for appearance and spelling correction by ARW.
These articles are freely available online, yet were also printed in a later work titled: Christ’s Spiritual Kingdom: A Defense of Reformed Amillennialism (The Reformed Witness, 2001); ISBN: 0971659206.
All Bible Text unless otherwise specified is from the King James Version (KJV).



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