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The millennial kingdom

Author: John F Walvoord
Publisher: Grand Rapids : Zondervan Pub. House, ©1959.
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The Millennial Kingdom is a comprehensive biblical and historical treatment of the doctrine of the millennium written for the pastor, students, scholar, or layperson. The three leading millennial views - postmillennialism, amillennialism, and premillennialism - are presented in the context of their history, their theology, and their biblical interpretation. Dr. Walvoord presents postmillennialism first and then  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John F Walvoord
ISBN: 031034090X 9780310340904 9780310340911 0310340918
OCLC Number: 30642687
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xxiv, 373 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: I. Contemporary Millennialism : 1. Definition of the Millennium : Premillennialism ; Amillennialism ; Postmillennialism --
2. The moderns trend toward Amillennialism : The decline of Postmillennialism ; The resurgence of Amillennialism ; Trend toward Amillennialism in liberal theology ; Growing attack on Premillennialism --
3. The Importance of millennial doctrine --
4. Conclusion --
II. The answer of Postmillennialism : 1. The rise of Postmillennialism : Postmillennialism not apostolic ; Rise of figurative interpretation ; Rise of Millennial Interadvent theory ; Failure of Augustinian Millennialism ; Joachim of Floris ; Postmillennialism before 1700 ; Daniel Whitby ; Postmillennialism becomes an influential system of theology ; Two principles of Postmillennialism Ii. Postmillennialism as a theological system --
the postmillennial attitude toward the Scriptures --
the postmillennial doctrine of the millennium --
The postmillennial idea of progress --
method of consummating the kingdom --
the postmillennial doctrine of the second advent --
summary of postmillennial theology --
iii. Present decline of postmillennialism --
the difficulties of the postmillennial system of theology --
the inherent weakness of postmillennial system of theology --
the inherent weakness of postmillennialism as a system --
trend toward liberalism --
failure to fit facts of current history --
trend toward realism in theology and philosophy --
trend toward Amillennialism --
the remaining millennial issue III. Amillennialism in the ancient church --
i. Amillennialism in the first century --
no biblical record of millennial controversy --
lack of evidence for Amillennialism in the first century --
Is Barnabas Amillennial? --
Conclusion --
ii. Amillennialism in the second and third centuries --
the second century without evidence for Amillennialism --
beginnings of Amillennialism in the third century --
the use of the allegorical method and platonic philosophy --
heresies of Origen advance Amillennialism --
beginning of decline of Premillennialism --
testimony of first three centuries to Amillennialism --
iv. Amillennialism for Augustine to modern times --
importance of Augustine --
Augustine on the millennium --
the present age the millennium --
trivial grounds for rejecting Premillennialism --
summary of Augustinian Amillennialism --
iii. The principle of spiritualized interpretation Iv. Augustine's concept of the present age --
v. The failure of fulfillment of Augustinian Amillennialism --
vi. Resulting revision of Amillennialism --
the millennium the end of interadvent period --
the millennium indefinite in length --
vii. The Amillennialism of the Protestant reformation --
reformers adopt Roman Amillennialism --
Premillennialism superficially considered --
viii. Modern Amillennialism --
Amillennialism continues to follow Augustine --
riles of the heavenly millennium view --
summary of modern Amillennialism --
V. Amillennialism as a method of interpretation --
i. The issue --
ii. The popularity of the Amillennial method --
iii. Analysis of the Amillennial method of interpretation --
Amillennial use of the literal method --
Amillennial use of the spiritualizing method --
iv. Dangers of the Amillennial method of interpretation --
VI. Amillennialism as a system of theology --
i. The growing importance of millennialism --
ii. Amillennial influence on Bibliology --
iii. Amillennial influence on theology proper --
iv. Amillennial influence on angelology --
v. Amillennial influence on anthropology --
vi. Amillennial influence on Soteriology Vii. Amillennial influence on ecclesiology --
viii. Amillennial influence on schatology --
VII. Amillennial Soteriology --
i. Historical development --
ii. Relation of Amillennialism to covenant theology --
iii. Covenant theology in conflict with Dispensationalism --
iv. The reductive error of covenant theology --
v. Conclusion --
VIII. Amillennial ecclesiology --
i. The influence of Amillennialism on Roman Ecclesiology --
ii. The ecclesiology of the reformation --
iii. The concept of the kingdom of God --
iv. Amillennial ecclesiology in relation to Israel --
the Amillennial dilemma --
v. Amillennial ecclesiology in relation to dispensational distinction --
vi. Conclusion --
IX. Amillennial eschatology --
i. Modern liberal eschatology --
ii. Roman Catholic eschatology --
iii. Reformed eschatology --
X. The historical context of pre-millennialism --
i. Importance of the evidence of history --
ii. Premillennialism in the Old Testament --
iii. Premillennialism in the New Testament --
two forms of evidence --
confirmation to Mary --
confirmation by the teaching of Christ --
confirmation by the teaching of Paul --
confirmation by John --
absence of controversy --
iv. Extra-Biblical Premillennialism in the first century --
v. Premillennialism in the second century Vi. Premillennialism in the third century --
vii. Premillennialism from the third century to modern times --
viii. Modern Premillennialism --
infallibility of Scripture --
Literal interpretation --
evangelicalism --
opposition to ecclesiasticism --
emphasis on prophetic studies --
XI. The theological context of pre-millennialism --
i. Premillennialism a system of theology --
ii. Principles of Premillennial interpretation --
the literal, grammatical-historical method applied to eschatology --
problems of the literal method --
the literal method sustained by literal fulfillment --
the question of relative difficulty of interpreting prophecy --
the problem of the time element in prophecy --
the problem of partial fulfillment --
Premillennial principles of literal interpretation justified --
iii. The Premillennial concept of te present age --
iv. The Premillennial concept of Israel --
v. The Premillennial concept of the second advent --
vi. Conclusion --
XII. Interpretation of the Abrahamic covenant --
i. Importance of the covenant --
ii. The provisions of the covenant --
the promise to Abraham --
the promise to Abraham's seed --
the promise to Gentiles --
further distinctions --
iii. Literal versus spiritual interpretation --
the Amillennial position --
the Premillennial view of the covenant --
threefold reference to the seed of Abraham --
weakness of Amillennial exegesis of covenant passages --
iv. Partial fulfillment as a proof of future fulfillment XVI. Will Israel be restored as a nation? --
i. testimony of the Old Testament prophets --
ii. The denial of this testimony --
iii. Israel's continuance as a nation --
iv. Israel's regathering after dispersion --
v. Israel's possession of the promised land --
vi. The restoration of Israel in the new Testament --
the teaching of Christ --
the general teaching of Romans 11 --
Israel promised deliverance from blindness --
Israel's national salvation --
Israel's restoration fulfills Abrahamic covenant --
XVII. The kingdom promises to David --
i. Importance of Davidic covenant --
ii. Analysis of the promise to David --
Old Testament confirmation --
iv. Fulfillment at the first advent of Christ --
v. Does the Davidic covenant require literal fulfillment? --
vi. Does the historical partial fulfillment permit a literal interpretation? --
vii. Is literal fulfillment in harmony with other covenants? --
viii. The New Testament teaching on the reign of Christ XVIII. The new covenant with Israel --
i. The promises of the New Covenant with Israel --
ii. The problems of interpretation --
postmillennial interpretation --
Amillennial interpretation --
Premillennial interpretation --
iii. The provisions of the New Covenant --
iv. General teaching of the New Testament on the new covenant --
v. The new covenant for Israel in the New Testament --
vi. The new covenant with believers of this age --
vii. Conclusion --
XIX. Premillennialism and the church --
i. Bearing of ecclesiology on Premillennialism --
ii. Major types of ecclesiology --
covenant theology in relation to Premillennialism --
kingdom theology --
dispensational theology --
iii. The church as a distinct body of saints of this age --
use of ecclesia --
use of ecclesia in the Septuagint --
the church future in Matthew 16:18 --
the body of Christ formed at Pentecost --
iv. The church age as a parenthesis --
Daniel's seventieth week for Israel --
many illustrations of parentheses in the Old Testament XX. Premillennialism and the church as a mystery --
i. Is the church a separate purpose? --
ii. The mystery of the one body --
content of the mystery --
Was the mystery partially revealed in the Old Testament? --
Does the Old Testament teach the doctrine of the one body? --
Relation to Premillennialism --
iii. The church as an organism --
Christ in you --
Christ the fullness of the godhead bodily --
The indwelling Christ the hope of glory --
iv. The mystery of the translation of the saints --
v. The content of the mystery of the translation --
vi. Significance of the revelation --
vii. The translation of the saints as a comforting hope --
viii. The mystery of the bride --
XXI. Premillennialism and the rapture --
i. Four concepts of the rapture --
Posttribulationism --
midtribulation rapture --
partial-rapture theory --
Pretribulation rapture --
ii. Arguments for Pretribulationism --
Pretribulationism the logical outcome of Premillennial interpretation XXII. The great tribulation --
i. The nature of the tribulation --
place of Israel in the tribulation --
place of Gentiles in the tribulation --
the elect in the tribulation --
ii. The tribulation in the Old Testament --
iii. The New Testament doctrine of the tribulation --
XXIII. The second coming of Christ --
i. Old Testament prophecies of the second coming --
ii. The second coming of Christ in the New Testament --
His return to reign in posttribulational --
a personal return --
a bodily return --
a visible and glorious return --
a geographical event --
accompanied by the holy angels and the saints --
to judge the earth --
to deliver the elect --
to bring spiritual revival to Israel --
to re-establish the Davidic kingdom XXIV. The resurrection and judgments at the second advent --
i. Seven future judgments --
ii. The judgment of the church --
iii. The resurrection and judgment of tribulation saints --
iv. The resurrection and judgment of Old Testament saints --
v. The judgment of the living Gentiles --
vi. The judgment of living Israel --
vii. The binding of Satan and his later final judgment --
XXV. The righteous government of the millennium --
i. Views of the kingdom of God --
ii. The millennial government an earthly kingdom --
iii. Jesus Christ the supreme king of the millennial kingdom --
iv. Characteristics of divine government in the millennium --
v. The place of Israel in the government of Christ --
XXVI. Spiritual life in the millennium --
i. The glorious presence of Christ in the millennium --
ii. General characteristics of spirituality in the millennium --
iii. The millennial temple and worship of God --
XXVII. Social, economic, and physical aspects of the millennium --
i. Universal justice and peace --
ii. Salvation of the majority of men --
iii. The curse on the earth lifted --
iv. General prosperity --
v. Health and healing --
vi. Cleavage of the Mount of Olives --
vii. The exaltation of the City of Jerusalem --
viii. Resulting changes in the land of Palestine XXVIII. The heavenly Jerusalem --
i. The eternal home of all the saints --
ii. Interpretations of Revelation 21:9-22:5 --
iii. Relation of resurrected saints to the millennial earth --
iv. Scriptural grounds for commingling of resurrected and nonresurrected saints --
XXIX. The close of the millennium and the eternal state --
i. The final revolt --
ii. The judgment of the great white throne --
iii. The new heaven and the new earth
Responsibility: by John F. Walvoord.

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The Millennial Kingdom is a comprehensive biblical and historical treatment of the doctrine of the millennium written for the pastor, students, scholar, or layperson. The three leading millennial views - postmillennialism, amillennialism, and premillennialism - are presented in the context of their history, their theology, and their biblical interpretation. Dr. Walvoord presents postmillennialism first and then discusses amillennialism. However, the subject of premillenialism forms the main body of the work. The author introduces premillennialism with a survey of its historical background in the Old and New Testaments and in the history of the church. Its theological setting and methods of interpretation are discussed. A presentation of the character of the millennium concludes the volume.

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