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Are premillennialists right?

Author: Samuel H Kellogg
Publisher: New York, Fleming H. Revell [1923]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : New ed.
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel H Kellogg
OCLC Number: 1543809
Description: 128 pages frontispiece (portrait) 20 cm
Contents: I. The witness of the early church --
The coming age of righteousness or millennium --
The two views stated --
The apostolic and post-apostolic ages unacquainted with the popular modern view of the millennium --
II. The witness of scripture --
Postmillennial view without scriptural proof --
Christ and his apostles mention no world-conversion before his return, but do foretell an apostasy and an evil age --
The parable of the leaven --
Israel's conversion --
Motives to world evangelization --
III. The witness of scripture --
The advent to be viewed as always imminent and impending --
It will be unexpected --
Duty of watchfulness --
This forbids the certainty of a long intervening era --
How Dr. Brown and others reconcile imminency and certain post-ponement --
The "long time" --
What troubled the Thessalonians --
This age IV. The witness of scripture --
An unbroken continuity of evil till the Lord's return --
How Dr. Brown meets this difficulty --
Greek words for the coming, and their connotation --
The conversion of the Jews to introduce the millennium --
But this synchronizes with the coming --
Texts that show this --
V. Modern preaching and the Lord's return --
Its silence on this subject, compared with apostolic emphasis --
The premillennialist not the only one who encounter difficulties --
Three principles of sound biblical interpretation --
VI. Objections considered --
Dr. Brown's nine propositions examined and answered --
VII. Premillennialism and missions --
It is frequently said to discourage efforts at world-evangelization --
The facts show the opposite to be the case --
It actually inspires greater zeal in missionary endeavour --
The overestimated majority of scholars.

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