James Durham,Commentary on Revelation,pp. 742-746. A Brief View of the Series of the Whole Book of the Revelation This whole book is formed by way of an epistle. Chapter 1. Beside some general circumstances, the matter of the book generally is divided in these two: 1. The things that then were, or the present state… Read More A Brief Summary of the Book of Revelation
1. Millennium – Preterists believe the figurative millennium began at the first coming of Christ and will end at his second coming, before Satan’s little season, or after Satan’s little season. Historicists believe that the millennium will begin in the future when all the nations are converted, the Pope and Islam are destroyed, and the… Read More 7 Differences Between Partial Preterist and Historicist Postmillennialism
The following notes were taken while I listened to Rev. David Silversides’ sermon Postmillennialism and Revelation 20. Rev Silversides presents various views on the Millennium by examining each in terms of how well it addresses key aspects of Biblical prophecy with special attention given to the binding and loosing of Satan and the impact on the spread… Read More The Biblical Case For Puritan Postmillennialism
There is a moral duty inherent in the law of nature to acknowledge God and to worship Him alone. The first commandment obliges all persons, not just as individuals, but also as families and nations; all people and institutions that God sovereignly reigns over are morally bound to acknowledge and submit to Him, and according to each… Read More What is National Covenanting?