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AMillennialism | The Reformers Way  Find all comments by AMillennialism
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
The Unscriptural Theologies Of Amillennialism And Postmillennialism
"My departure from premillennialism and embrace of amillennialism was gradual and came as a result of two discoveries as I studied Scripture. First, I devoted myself to a thorough examination of what the New Testament said would occur at the time of Christ's second coming (or parousia). What I found was a consistent witness concerning what would either end or begin as a result of our Lord's return to the earth. Sin in the lives of God's people, corruption of the natural creation, and the experience of physical death would terminate upon the appearance of Jesus Christ. Furthermore, the resurrection of the body, the final judgment, and the inauguration of the New Heavens and New Earth would ensue. But why is this a problem for premillennialism? Good question." (Sam Storms)
http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/tgc/2013/01/09/why-i-changed-my-mind-about-the-millennium/

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Dopey wrote:
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"Positively, we live near the end of what Rev. 20 calls the "thousand years". This millennium began at Pentecost and will end when time and history end. Christ shall return personally and visibly, shall call forth the dead from the graves and the seas, shall judge all men according to their works, and shall bring His sheep into one fold, the heavenly house of many mansions! Let the Reformed truth continue to be sounded "that the Son of God from the beginning to the end of the world, gathers, defends, and preserves to Himself by His Spirit and Word out of the whole human race, a Church chosen to everlasting life, agreeing in true faith" (Heidelberg Catechism, Lord's Day XXI) Blessed are all those who are living members thereof!" (Rev. Dale H. Kuiper)

The Truth of the Return of the Lord Jesus


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Vic wrote:
another propagandist liar-are you writing out of malice or just genuine ignorance?
Why Vic. Did I step on your hypothesis by accident? Here is a couple of pointers from a good site to read. Hope this helps.

"Contrary to the dispensationalists’ attempt to link its history to that of early premillennial Church Fathers, those ancient premillennialists held positions that are fundamentally out of accord with the very foundational principles of dispensationalism, foundations which Ryrie calls “the linchpin of dispensationalism”, such as (1) a distinction between the Church and Israel (i.e., the Church is true Israel, “the true Israelitic race” (Justin Martyr) and (2) that “Judaism ... has now come to an end” (Justin Martyr).

Despite dispensationalism’s claim of antiquity through its association with historic premillennialism, it radically breaks with historic premillennialism by promoting a millennium that is fundamentally Judaic rather than Christian." (againstdispensationalism.com)


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Mr. Dispy wrote:
trying to prove doctrine by what the so-called 'fathers' believed, rather than relying on the Bible.
Dispy
"Relying on the Bible" is good advice.

Those who really do rely on the Bible have never accepted Dispensational Premillennialism. Thats a fact. As is indicated in the historic statement below.

Whereas those who rely on poor old Margaret MacDonald, her visions, Darby and Scofield's horrendus mistranslation of Scripture are surely not going to be content with Scripture alone. Hence their preoccupation with adding lots and lots of mythology, (eg rapture) to the Bible.

Stick to the Bible. God knows best.


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St Jeremiah wrote:
They came to life and reigned with Christ a thousand years. Rev. 20:4
There will be a millennium after Jesus' return.
This implies that eternal life promised in Scripture is only 1000 years. That is not true.

But Christ promised.........

John 10:27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me: 28. And I give unto them ETERNAL LIFE; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand.



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