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Our Statement On The Holy Scriptures;

The ‘Lens’ Through Which All Knowledge Is Understood;

THE WORD of GOD, AXIOM-1:

"IF" there exists any such thing as 'The Word of God'; [and indisputable, historical, geographical, scientific, archeological, medical, etc., etc., etc., evidence . . . PROVES such does exist!]

"THEN" by inherent definition - it must be:

    Holy, Inspired, Inerrant, Intrepid, Infallible, Infinitive, Invincible, Indestructible, Inexhaustible, Inalienable, Immutable, Implacable, Impossible-to-Improve: Eternal and Indubitable ... NEVER FAILING and ALL CONQUERING!
DEDUCING from the simple fact - that God equates His Word with Himself:
    "In the Beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God, . . ." John 1:1 (and other Scriptures),

Thus 'GOD'S WORD' can have no lesser standard than stated above;

"GOD'S WORD MUST" THEREFORE BE:

    As true in history, archeology, geography, Earth science, medical science, nutrition, gerontology, agriculture, botany, astronomy, physics, biology, genetics, chemistry, climatology, government, law, psychology, sociology - and every subject it touches - as in Theology, Divinity and Doctrine:

And "IF IT BE NOT" - true in all subjects mentioned above and more; and And "IF IT BE NOT"

    Holy, Inspired, Inerrant, Intrepid, Infallible, Infinitive, Invincible, Indestructible, Inexhaustible, Inalienable, Immutable, Implacable, Impossible-to-Improve: Eternal and Indubitable in EVERY FIELD OF KNOWLEDGE:

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END-TIMES POST-MILLENNIALISM

So What is ... Simple Post-Millennialism?

Very simply Jesus Promised: "I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH!"

("Build" is in Greek continuing verb tense)

Christ continues: "And MY CHURCH will 'ASSAIL-&-PREVAIL' over ALL!

And the very GATES of HELL ... will NOT PREVAIL!

Before My Church's Spirit-Filled, Onslaught!)

Matthew 16:18



    [1] WILL CHRIST INDEED cause His Church to PREVAIL over the Gates of Hell?

    [2] Will HIS CHURCH will grow as the Mustard seed, fill the Earth, and become the 'Greatest of All'? (Matthew 13, Mark 4)

    [3] And of the INCREASE of HIS Kingdom, will there shall be no end as promised! (Isaiah 9:6-7)

    [4] And HIS Prayer (that He taught us to pray!) "Thy will be DONE ON EARTH!!! - AS IT IS IN HEAVEN!" (Matthew 6:10)

    . . . WILL Father-God ANSWER His Beloved Son's PRAYER?




DID YOU KNOW?

    No Church Leader in all of history, ever believed Christ would FAIL to keep HIS "GREAT GUARANTEES!"

      "I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH (It will 'OCCUPY' all enemy territory) and even the GATES OF HELL SHALL NOT PREVAIL AGAINST IT!"

      . . . that is UNTIL AFTER the American Civil War . . . (just a century-and-a-half ago).


DID YOU KNOW?

    Not even ONE of the GREAT REFORMERS ever believed the RAPTURE-FAILURE-THEORY?

      Not Bible Translator and martyr John Wycliffe, his bones burned to powder!


      Not martyr John Hus, burned alive at the stake!


      Not English Bible translator and martyrWilliam Tyndale, hunted down and strangled - then burned to ashes - for translating the Bible into English;


      Neither Savonarola, Christopher Columbus, Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Knox, Jacob Arminius, Matthew Henry, John Wesley, Adam Clarke, Charles Spurgeon - and a thousand other Godly men that God used greatly - NONE OF THEM EVER believed in the following:

        >> A FAILURE of Christ to BUILD HIS Church...

        >> Defeated by the overpowering ANTICHRIST...

        >> Crushed and pulverized into a TINY REMNANT...

        >> Who must be SECRETLY RAPTURED by Jesus...

        >> Or there would be NO CHURCH LEFT!


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END-TIMES POST-MILLENNIALISM

So What is ... Simple Post-Millennialism?

Very simply Jesus Promised: "I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH!"

("Build" is in Greek continuing verb tense)

Christ continues: "And MY CHURCH will 'ASSAIL-&-PREVAIL' over ALL!

And the very GATES of HELL ... will NOT PREVAIL!

Before My Church's Spirit-Filled, Onslaught!)

Matthew 16:18



FOUNDATIONAL MESSIANIC SCRIPTURE: Isaiah 9:6-7

    Isa 9:6 "For unto us a child is born, unto us a Son is given:

    and the government shall be upon his shoulder:

    and His Name (reputation) shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The Mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.

    Isa 9:7 Of 'the increase' of His government and peace, there shall be no end;

    upon the throne of David, and upon his kingdom, to order it, and to establish it with judgment and with justice from henceforth even for ever.

    The zeal of the LORD of hosts WILL PERFORM this.


      Isaiah 9:6-7 was The "John 3:16" of Jews in Bible Days! This was the Scripture they ALL knew as children, they ALL could quote by heart and which they all spoke of often!

      This was the Scripture they dreamed about, prayed over, looked forward to (as Abraham looking for that 'City which hath Foundations, whose Builder and Maker is GOD!')

      This was the Scripture of the Great Promise of the Coming Messiah!


    **But is this Scripture concerning Jesus . . . really TRUE?

    **WILL the Zeal of the Lord Perform this?

    **Or did the Bible Writers UNDERESTIMATE the great power of Satan and his coming 'Antichrist'?


NEARLY-2,000-YEAR-OLD-FACT:

No one through the ages ever believed Christ would FAIL to keep HIS "GREAT GUARANTEES!"


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CHRIST'S GREAT GUARANTEES!

IS HE GOING TO KEEP THEM, TRULY?


"I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH!"

("Build" is Greek continuing verb tense)

And MY CHURCH will "ASSAIL-&-PREVAIL" over ALL!

And the very Gates of Hell will NOT PREVAIL!...

Before My Church's Spirit-Filled, Onslaught!)



Christian Eschatology: Three Basic Viewpoints

    • Preterism, (past fulfillment of Olivet Discourse ONLY - [NOT the Revelation!] - Matt 24, Mark 13, and Luke 17 & 21; AD-70, and an end of Temple Worship, Animal sacrifices, Levitical Priesthood, etc.;)

    • Historicism, Amillennialism (The Revelation covers the whole Church age, picturing the battle between GOOD and EVIL);

    • Futurism, Premillenialism (The Revelation begins AFTER the Church age);

    • The Great Commission End-Times Mandate (No matter what the details of the Revelation, primary and/or secondary understandings . . . WITHOUT QUESTION: Christ's Great Commission MUST and WILL be fulfilled BEFORE HE returns to Earth!

    • Trinitarian View, Combines all three: (Past, Historical and Future with The Great Commission Mandate;)

      >> The Revelation is Preterist - past fulfillment,

      >> Historicist - Covering the time from Christ's Ascension to His Return,

      >> Futurist, Postmillennialism;

Three Basic Millennial Viewpoints;

    • Amillennialism

    That the 1,000 years is not a "technical" period of time, and is no more than the Day of Salvation" . . . which is now about 2,000 years running.

      Teaches the "1,000 years" is no more literal than the "cattle God owns on 1,000 hills" (there are more than 1,000 hills in LITTLE COUNTIES of the hill-mountainous regions of the Earth!)

      Thus the "1,000 years is NOT '1-more-year than 999' and '1-less-year-than-1001' - but rather a "long period of time" - the Church-Great-Commission Age

      - JUST LIKE the "Day of Salvation" where Satan has been bound by Christ at the "Resurrection-through-AD-70 Epic Battle" of Christ fulfilling His "LAST TEMPLE TEACHING PROPHESIES: The Olivet Discourse; Matt 24, Mark 13, Luke 17 & 21;


    • Post-millennialism

    teaches Christ comes back after the Church age, not before or in the middle of it;

      Teaches that after the Church age, where the Church has been successful and Christ has kept His Word to NEVER stop building His Church, that of HIS KINGDOMS'S INCREASE . . . THERE WOULD BE NO END (Isa 9:6-7);

      That Christ's Church - VICTORIOUS and GLORIOUS WITHOUT STAIN, SPOT OR WRINKLE, (as Paul says) with NO MARK of failure in ANY way, shape or form, succeeds in Obeying Christ's Great Commission;

      And though the mighty power of the Holy Spirit, subdues Christ's enemies under His Feet . . . with Christ Himself Ruling and Reigning from Heaven at the Right-Hand-of-The-Father!

      ***This as the most-requoted Scripture from the Old Bible to the New Testament: - That Christ would ascend back to Heaven and be enthroned ("Seated" in the Greek IS "Throned!" - check it out!)

      UNTIL HIS ENEMIES ARE MADE HIS FOOTSTOOL (put under his feet, it is translated in some instances!

        ***This is THE MOST RE-QUOTED SCRIPTURE from the whole of God's Word!!!

        ***How can this not have GREAT SIGNIFICANCE???

    Pre-millenialism

    - This is by far the most prevalent view in the Modern Church - POST-AD-2000;

      Pre-millennialism teaches that:

        [1] the Church FAILS to Keep Christ's Great Commission,

        [2] AND Christ FAILS to keep His Guarantees;

        [3] BECAUSE a "WORLD-DICTATOR 'incarnated with the Devil' . . . CONQUERS Christ's Church . . . and STOPS Christ's Church from fulfilling the GREAT COMMISSION . . .

        . . . STOPS Christ from keeping His Guarantees,

        . . . STOPS Christ's Kingdom from ever-growing-increase and,

        . . . and STOPS Christ's Church from conquering all with the Gospel,

        . . . thus the Antichrist MAKES CHRIST FAIL TO KEEP HIS GREAT GUARANTEE - that His Church would spiritually attack and break down the VERY GATES OF HELL!

        . . . Christ further promising that NOTHING would prevail against HIS MIGHTY SPIRIT-FILLED CHURCH!

        . . . Thus Christ in COMPLETE FAILURE with HIS CHURCH, can do no better that:

          >> SLAUGHTER the millions "He came to seek and to save!"

          >> First rescuing the miserable, failing remnant with a "SECRET RAPTURE!"


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END-TIMES POST-MILLENNIALISM

So What is ... Simple Post-Millennialism?

Very simply Jesus Promised: "I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH!"

("Build" is in Greek continuing verb tense)

Christ continues: "And MY CHURCH will 'ASSAIL-&-PREVAIL' over ALL!

And the very GATES of HELL ... will NOT PREVAIL!

Before My Church's Spirit-Filled, Onslaught!)

Matthew 16:18



Biblical Texts

Please read the following carefully, as the Tares and Wheat is the ONLY complete teaching on prophecy from:

    [1] Christ Sowing the first seed of the Kingdom;

    [2] To the final reaping, judgement, punishment of the damned and the Righteous shining in Glory with their Heavenly father among them!

See if you can find ANY hint of the Failure of Christ, His Church, the Antichrist, the rapture, the tribulation or any of the popular movie-type ideas of the Lukewarm, Modern, NON-SOULWINNING Church of the latter 20th and 21st centuries!

    • The Tares and the Wheat sets the basic Framework; Matt 13;

    • The Olivet Discourse, Jerusalem AD 70 Only; Matt 24, Mark 13, Luke 17 & 21;

    • The Sheep and the Goats, Basic Double fulfillment, as Virgin Birth, etc., Matt 25

    • The Book of Revelation, Trinitarian Understanding;

    • The Book of Daniel, Trinitarian Understanding;

Daniel's "Seventy Weeks":

    >> [Literally ALL scholars and Church leaders from AD 33 to 1900 believe this iss COMPLETELY FULFILLED,

    >> . . . and was from Daniel's Day to the Great Victory of Christ at Calvary!

    >> That is ALL theologians and ALL scholars: 100% of them,

    >> NO one EVER dreamed such foolishness until the Modern Days of our lukewarm Pro-Gay, politically correct "church"!]

>> Saints take kingdom and Rule forever


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END-TIMES POST-MILLENNIALISM

So What is ... Simple Post-Millennialism?

Very simply Jesus Promised: "I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH!"

("Build" is in Greek continuing verb tense)

Christ continues: "And MY CHURCH will 'ASSAIL-&-PREVAIL' over ALL!

And the very GATES of HELL ... will NOT PREVAIL!

Before My Church's Spirit-Filled, Onslaught!)

Matthew 16:18



Key Terms

    • Abomination of Desolation

    • Armageddon

    • Four Horsemen

    • New Jerusalem

    • Rapture

    • Second Coming

    • Seven Seals

    • Tribulation

    • Two Witnesses

More Key Terms

    • Antichrist

    • Historic view of antichrist

    • Son of Perdition

    • Premillenialism

    • Pre-wrath Rapture

    • Post-tribulation Rapture

    • The Beasts of Daniel and The Revelation

    • Preterism

Israel & the Church

    • Covenant Theology: There is ONE TREE in Romans 11, with multiple Branches, wild olive, etc;

    • Dispensationalism

    • Super-sessionism

    • New Covenant Theology

    • Olive Tree Theology

    • Dual Covenant Theology


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END-TIMES POST-MILLENNIALISM

So What is ... Simple Post-Millennialism?

Very simply Jesus Promised: "I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH!"

("Build" is in Greek continuing verb tense)

Christ continues: "And MY CHURCH will 'ASSAIL-&-PREVAIL' over ALL!

And the very GATES of HELL ... will NOT PREVAIL!

Before My Church's Spirit-Filled, Onslaught!)

Matthew 16:18



Prophetic Ideas:

In Christian end-times theology, (eschatology), postmillennialism is an interpretation of chapter 20 of the Book of Revelation which sees Christ's second coming as occurring after (Latin 'post' ) the "Millennium", a Golden Age in which Christian ethics prosper.

The term subsumes several similar views of the end times, and it stands in contrast to premillennialism, and to a lesser extent, amillennialism (see Summary of Christian eschatological differences).


Key Concepts:

    Although some postmillennialists hold to a literal millennium of 1,000 years, most postmillennialists see the thousand years more as a figurative term for a long period of time (similar in that respect to amillennialism).

    Among those holding to a non-literal "millennium" it is usually understood to have already begun, which implies a less obvious and less dramatic kind of millennium than that typically envisioned by premillennialists, as well as a more unexpected return of Christ.

    Postmillennialism also teaches that the forces of Satan will gradually be defeated by the expansion of the Kingdom of God throughout history up until the second coming of Christ. This belief that God, Gospel and good will gradually triumph over evil has led proponents of postmillennialism to label themselves "optimillennialists" in contrast to "pessimillennial" premillennialists and amillennialists.

    Many postmillennialists also adopt some form of preterism, which holds that many of the end times prophecies in the Bible have already been fulfilled.

    Several key postmillennialists, however, did not adopt preterism with respect to the Book of Revelation, among them Mathew Henry, Lorraine Boettner, Benjamin Breckenridge Warfield, Francis Nigel Lee, and Rousas John Rushdoony.


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END-TIMES POST-MILLENNIALISM

So What is ... Simple Post-Millennialism?

Very simply Jesus Promised: "I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH!"

("Build" is in Greek continuing verb tense)

Christ continues: "And MY CHURCH will 'ASSAIL-&-PREVAIL' over ALL!

And the very GATES of HELL ... will NOT PREVAIL!

Before My Church's Spirit-Filled, Onslaught!)

Matthew 16:18



Types and Foreshadow . . . BEWARE!

    NO SCHOLAR . . . have ANY AUTHORITY . . . to say that ANYTHING in Scripture "REPRESENTS SOMETHING ELSE" . . . unless the Scripture clearly declares: THIS represents THAT!


Comparison of Christian millennial interpretations

Post-millennialists diverge on the extent of the gospel's conquest. The majority of postmillennialists do not believe in an apostasy, and like B. B. Warfield, believe the apostasy refers to the Jewish people's rejection of Christianity, either during the first century, or possibly until the return of Christ at the end of the millennium.

This postmillennial perspective essentially dovetails with the thinking of amillennial and premillennial schools of eschatology.

There are a minority of postmillennial scholars, however, who discount the idea of a final apostasy, regarding the gospel conquest ignited by the Great Commission:

    >> to be total and absolute,

    >> such that no unsaved individuals will remain after the Spirit has been fully poured out on all flesh.

    >> This minority school, promoted by B. B. Warfield and supported by exegetical work of H.A.W. Meyer,[1] has started to gain more ground, even altering the thinking of some postmillennialists previously in the majority camp, such as Loraine Boettner[2] and R. J. Rushdoony.[3]

    The appeal of the minority position, apart from its obvious belief as in the following: of taking key scriptures literally:

      * John 12:32;

      * Romans 11:25-26;

      * Hebrews 10:13;

      * Isaiah 2:4; 9:6-7;

      * I Timothy 4:10 - For therefore we both labour and suffer reproach, because we trust in the living God, who is the Saviour of all men, specially of those that believe.

    This was voiced by Boettner himself after his shift in position:

    The majority-form of postmillennialism lacks a capstone, which Warfield's version does not fail to provide.


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END-TIMES POST-MILLENNIALISM

So What is ... Simple Post-Millennialism?

Very simply Jesus Promised: "I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH!"

("Build" is in Greek continuing verb tense)

Christ continues: "And MY CHURCH will 'ASSAIL-&-PREVAIL' over ALL!

And the very GATES of HELL ... will NOT PREVAIL!

Before My Church's Spirit-Filled, Onslaught!)

Matthew 16:18



GREAT TRUTH!

    Warfield also linked his views to an unusual understanding of Matthew 5:18, premised on Meyer's exegesis of the same passage, which presupposed a global conquest of the gospel in order for the supposed prophecy in that verse to be realized,[4]

    ...which inexorably leads to a literal fulfillment of the third petition of the Lord's Prayer: "Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven."


    JOHN CALVIN:

    John Calvin's exposition of that part of the Lord's Prayer all but adopts the minority postmillennial position[5] but Calvin, and later Charles Spurgeon, were somewhat inconsistent on eschatological matters.

    Spurgeon delivered a sermon on Psalm 72 explicitly defending the form of absolute postmillennialism held by the minority camp today, but on other occasions he defended premillennialism.

    Moreover, given the nature of Warfield's views,[6] Warfield disdained the millennial labels, preferring the term "eschatological universalism" for the brand of postmillennialism now associated with his thinking.

    Warfield, like those who follow in his footsteps, did not seek to support his doctrine of cosmic eschatology from Revelation 20, treating that passage (following Kliefoth, Duesterdieck,[7] and Milligan[8]) as follows:


      >> descriptive of the intermediate state

      >> and the contrast between church militant and triumphant.

    This tactic represented an abandonment of the Augustinian approach to the passage,[9] ostensibly justified by a perceived advance in taking the Book of Revelation's parallel passages to the little season of Satan more seriously (cf. Revelation 6:11 and 12:12).


Some Differences

Postmillennialists also diverge on the means of the gospel's conquest.

    [1] Revivalist postmillennialism is a form of the doctrine held by the Puritans and some today that teaches that the millennium will come about not from Christians changing society from the top down (that is, through its political and legal institutions) but from the bottom up at the grass roots level (that is, through changing people's hearts and minds).

    [2] Reconstructionist postmillennialism, on the other hand, sees that along with grass roots preaching of the Gospel and explicitly Christian education, Christians should also set about changing society's legal and political institutions in accordance with Biblical, and also sometimes Theonomic, ethics (see Dominion Theology).

The revivalists deny that the same legal and political rules which applied to theocratic state of Ancient Israel should apply directly to modern societies which are no longer directly ruled by Israel's prophets, priests, and kings.

In the United States, the most prominent and organized forms of postmillennialism are based on Christian Reconstructionism and hold to a reconstructionist form of postmillennialism advanced by J. Rushdooney, Greg Bahnsen, David Chilton (all recently deceased) and Gary North, Gary DeMar, and Kenneth Gentry, and NewtonStein.


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END-TIMES POST-MILLENNIALISM

So What is ... Simple Post-Millennialism?

Very simply Jesus Promised: "I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH!"

("Build" is in Greek continuing verb tense)

Christ continues: "And MY CHURCH will 'ASSAIL-&-PREVAIL' over ALL!

And the very GATES of HELL ... will NOT PREVAIL!

Before My Church's Spirit-Filled, Onslaught!)

Matthew 16:18



References

1. H.A.W. Meyer, Commentary on the New Testament (Winona Lake: Alpha Publications, 1979, 10 vols., originally published in English by T&T Clark in 1883), 5:447-448 on Romans 11:25-26; 3:376 on John 12:32 : Postmillenialism.

2. Loraine Boettner, The Millennium (Phillipsburg: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1957, revised 1984). The purpose of the 1984 revision, as Boettner asserted, was to reassess Warfield's view favorably : Postmillenialism.

3. Rousas John Rushdoony, Systematic Theology, Vol. 2, p. 880 (Vallecito: Ross House Books, 1994) : Postmillenialism.

4. Benjamin Breckenridge Warfield, Biblical Doctrines, p. 297-298 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1929) : Postmillenialism.

5. John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion, 2:190 (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1981) : Postmillenialism.

6. Benjamin Breckenridge Warfield, The Power of God Unto Salvation, p. 88-95 (Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1902) : Postmillenialism.

7. Oswald T. Allis, Prophecy and the Church, p. 5 (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1945); Allis credits both Duesterdieck (1859) and Kliefoth (1874)for this advance. : Postmillenialism.

8. William Milligan, The Revelation of St. John (New York: Macmillan and Co, 1887) : Postmillenialism.

9. Oswald T. Allis, Prophecy and the Church, p. 5 and p. 287n (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1945); Allis states that this gambit "has not succeeded in replacing the Augustinian view which it so vigorously attacked." : Postmillenialism.

* Mathison, Keith A. 1999. Postmillenialism. An Eschatology of Hope. Philipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing. (ISBN 0-87552-389-7) - Good one volume over-view of Postmillennialism. Written by a proponent, : Postmillenialism.

* Bock, Darrell. 1999. Three Views of the Millennium and Beyond. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing, : Postmillenialism.

* Boettner, Loraine. 1984. The Millennium. Philipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing. (ISBN 0-87552-113-4) : Postmillenialism.

* Gentry, Kenneth. 1992. He Shall Have Dominion: A Postmillennial Eschatology. Tyler, Tx: Institute For Christian Economics, : Postmillenialism.

* Gentry, Kenneth L. 2003. Thine is the Kingdom: A Study of the Postmillennial Hope. Vallecito, CA: Chalcedon Foundation.

* Murray, Iain. 1971. The Puritan Hope: A Study in Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy. London, UK: Banner of Truth Trust, : Postmillenialism.

* North, Gary. 1990. Millennialism and Social Theory. Tyler, Tx: Institute For Christian Economics, : Postmillenialism.

* Davis, John Jefferson. 1996. The Victory of Christ's Kingdom: An Introduction to Postmillennialism. Moscow, ID: Canon Press.

* Bahnsen, Greg L. 1999. Victory in Jesus: The Bright Hope of Postmillennialism (ISBN 0-9678317-1-7) Texarkana, AR: Covenant Media Press, : Postmillenialism.

* Sproul, R. C. 1998. The Last Days According to Jesus (ISBN 0-8010-1171-X) Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, : Postmillenialism.

* DeMar, Gary. 1999. Last Days Madness:Obsession of the Modern Church (ISBN 0-915815-35-4) Power Springs, GA: American Vision, : Postmillenialism.

* Bass, Ralph E., Jr. 2004. Back to the Future: A Study in the Book of Revelation (ISBN 0-9759547-0-9) Greenville, SC: Living Hope Press, : Postmillenialism.

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END-TIMES POST-MILLENNIALISM

So What is ... Simple Post-Millennialism?

Very simply Jesus Promised: "I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH!"

("Build" is in Greek continuing verb tense)

Christ continues: "And MY CHURCH will 'ASSAIL-&-PREVAIL' over ALL!

And the very GATES of HELL ... will NOT PREVAIL!

Before My Church's Spirit-Filled, Onslaught!)

Matthew 16:18



External links on Postmillenialism.

* The Works of Francis Nigel Lee, promoting a postmillennial, historicist eschatology : Postmillenialism.

* "An Exegetical Defense Of Postmillennialism from I Corinthians 15:24-26" A paper presented to the 1999 Evangelical Theological Society by Gregg Strawbridge : Postmillenialism.

* Articles by Kenneth Gentry promoting a postmillennial, partial preterist eschatology : Postmillenialism.

* The Beast of Revelation: Identified a DVD presentation and several articles by Kenneth Gentry and others presenting a preterist view of Revelation 13 : Postmillenialism.

* "Postmillennialism: Wishful Thinking or Certain Hope?", a lecture given by Kenneth Gentry : Postmillenialism.

* "Confidence About the Earthly Triumph of Christ's Kingdom" by Greg Bahnsen from Journey 3:2 (March–April, 1988) : Postmillenialism.

* "The Prima Facie Acceptability of Postmillennialism" by Greg Bahnsen from The Journal of Christian Reconstruction, Vol. III, No. 2, Winter, 1976–77 : Postmillenialism.

* Postmillennialism and Protestantism - writings on postmillennialism and against preterism : Postmillenialism.

* "Millennium and Millenarianism" from the Catholic Encyclopedia : Postmillenialism.


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