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Premillennialism: Why There Must Be a Future Earthly Kingdom of Jesus

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This book is a concise and compelling presentation and defense of premillennialism, the view that there will be a future and earthly kingdom of Jesus the Messiah. It offers biblical arguments for the premillennial view and a rationale concerning why premillennialism must be true.
Kindle Edition, 121 pages
Published August 13th 2015 by Theological Studies Press (first published January 1st 2015)
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Jeff Short
Nov 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book makes a positive case for premillennialism. Vlach does deal with some objections and alternative views on some texts, but mostly is making his case from both testaments and the overall storyline of Scripture.
Zachary Klein
Jan 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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Concise, robust case for premillennialism and dispensationalism

Much of what is written in the modern era regarding eschatology has been done in the context of bitter debates and rebuttals, often containing far more heat than light. This book is a refreshing change. Michael Vlach has done the church a great service in this reasonably short volume, in laying out the rationale and positive argument for Premillennialism and (albeit indirectly) Dispensationalism. The nature and timing of what the Bi
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Chase Dunn
Jul 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Vlach does it again! This little book premillennialism is a great primer to the biblical witness to the premill perspective, along with a rationale behind the doctrine from a biblical storyline and logical point of view. Vlach argues that premill is not limited to Revelation 20, but that various texts in the OT necessitate a intermediate period between the current time and the eternal state. Vlach also deals with 1 Corinthians 15 and Paul’s discussion on resurrection, which many claim debunks an ...more
Elias Otieno
Aug 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Premillennialism is true

Dr. Vlach makes a succinct case for premillennialism from both the OT and the NT, to which I say 'Thank you, I believe', and 'help the unbelief of the amills, postmills and panmills'.
Patrick
Apr 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Outstanding and accessible explanation and defence of premillennialism. Dr. Vlach is an amazingly clear communicator. Highest of recommendations.
Shaun Marksbury
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Dr. Vlach knocks it out of the park. He fairly presents the other views on the millennium, highlights their errors, and proceeds to build a solid case for the premillennial perspective. Highly recommended for those interested in the debate as well as for those seeking to develop a biblical eschatology.
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“For most of church history good Christians have disagreed on the millennium, and millennial views should not become barriers of fellowship. On the other hand, the millennium is not some incidental doctrine that doesn’t really matter. It is a major part of the Bible’s storyline and involves the nature and timing of Jesus’ kingdom.” 3 likes
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