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The millennium in the church; studies in the history of Christian chilliasm,

Author: D H Kromminga
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich., Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 1945.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D H Kromminga
OCLC Number: 1305266
Description: 360 pages, 20 cm
Contents: 1. The idea of the millennium --
An eschatological idea --
The social -historical realm --
Diversity in chiliasm --
Influence on Bible interpretation --
Source and character of the idea --
Influence on course and understanding of history --
Aim and course of these studies --
2. The extent of ancient chiliasm: Barnabas --
Need of reducing excessive claims --
Chiliastic material in Barnabas --
No chiliastic interpretation --
Barnabas' doctrine of the Sabbath --
His treatment of old testament promises --
His exclusion of the jews from the covenant --
His historical situation --
3. The extent of ancient chiliasm: evidences --
The apostolic fathers --
Barnabas' epistle in the Christian worship --
The testimony of Justin Martyr --
Ireneus' recognition of amillenarians --
Jerome's recognition of premillenarians --
Augustine's change of view --
The evidence of the ancient creeds 4. Beginnings of ancient chiliasm --
Papias and extracanonical tradition --
The chiliasm of papias --
The tradition and its import --
Mild Judaism of Justin Martyr --
Justin's sources and their treatment --
Hippolytus on the precursory signs --
The antiorigenist chiliasm of nepos --
5. Ancient chiliastic doctrine --
The eschatology of commodianus --
The chiliasm of commodianus --
Methodius, the opponent of origin --
Victorinus of petau --
The eschatology of lactantius --
The sources of his chiliasm --
6. Montanist chiliasm --
Montanism known from opponents --
Tertullian's defense of the new prophecy --
His dispensationalism --
A premillennial period of the paraclete --
His eschatology --
Distinctive features of montanist chiliasm --
The montanist church of the spirit --
7. The chiliasm of Ireneus --
Antignostic chiliasm --
Chiliasm essential to antignosticism? --
Ireneus' eschatology --
Ireneus on the purpose of the millennium --
The importance of this question --
His unsatisfactory solution --
Chiliasm and the covenant 8. The subsidence of ancient chiliasm --
Antichiliastic forces --
Origen's emphasis and its appeal --
Effects of Constantine's conversion --
The catholics and dissent --
Augustine's exegesis of rev. 20 --
Its weakness and triumph --
9. Modifications in Augustinianism --
The end of the first Christian millennium --
New attempts to interpret rev. 20 --
The sibylline oracles in new editions --
A brief postmillennial millennium --
Medieval prophets: St. Hildegard --
The new ideal of the purified church --
10. Trinatarian chiliasm --
Joachim of floris' historical periods --
The exegetical basis for his theory --
Joachim's time-structure --
His conception of the age of the spirit --
Comparison with montanism --
Possibilities of heretical development --
Gerardino di Borgo San Donnino --
The later Franciscan spirituals --
11. Pantheistic chiliasm --
Erigena's speculations --
Amalrich of Bena and David of Dinant --
William the goldsmith and his influence --
Psychopathic cases --
Radical difference from Trinitarian chiliasm --
Pantheism and chiliasm 12. Catholic opposition --
Universities and the mendicants --
William of St. Amour --
Thomas Aquinas --
The spiritual heresies --
Trial and condemnation --
Some traits of spiritual chiliasm --
13. Disintegration of medieval chiliasm --
Roger Bacon --
Arnaldus the physician --
Aureoli the theologian --
Bohemian reformers --
The age of the spirit and the reformation --
The question of terminology --
14 Chiliasm and the reformation --
The emergence of Anabaptism --
Prophetism and Melchior Hoffmann --
The muenster revolt --
Antinomianism and antitrinitarianism --
The huterian brethren and community of goods --
The creedal status of chiliasm --
The pure church tradition --
15. Political chiliasm --
The fifth monarchy men --
The French prophets --
The holy alliance --
The mormons --
The interchurch-world movement --
Weaknesses of political chiliasm --
Jacobine Maurer in Brazil --
16. Theosophical chiliasm --
Boehme and german theosophy --
Jane Leade and English behmenists --
Affinities of chiliasm and theosophy --
The Petersens and restitutionism --
The spiritism of swedenberg and oetinger --
The shakers and the sex differentiation 17. Pietism and dispensationalism --
De Labadie's pure church --
Cocceius and dispensationalism --
Brakel, a reformed postmillenarian --
Lampe and German reformed chiliasm --
The inspired of the wetterau --
Bengel and academic chiliasm --
18. Chiliastic organizations --
Difficulty of identification --
Pure church organizations --
Judaizing groups --
Romish phenomena --
Russian chiliasm --
Communistic societies --
The hope of the threefold renewal --
19. American chiliasm --
Mormons, Adventist, russellites --
Premillenarian prophetic conferences --
American postmillennialism --
The refuge of the sects --
Prevalence of the pure church ideal --
Minor explanatory factors --
The millennium or the eternal glory --
20. Recent premillenialism --
The general theory --
Historic premillennialism --
Pretribulationism --
Ultradispensationalism --
The Plymouth brethren --
The catholic apostolic church --
Recent futurism 21. The present situation --
The influence of history --
The two world wars --
Persistence of all three views --
Recent amillennialism --
Recent postmillennialism --
Three notable facts --
22. A historical summary --
Ancient premillenialism --
Medieval postmillennialism --
Modern chiliasm of both types --
Early modern chiliasm --
Recent modern chiliasm --
Complexity of the picture --
23. Chiliastic dissolution of Christianity --
Preliminary reflections --
Chiliasm and communism --
Chiliasm and the dissolving church --
Chiliasm and political revolution --
Chiliasm and modern theosophy --
Chiliasm dechristianizing history --
Chiliasm and the norm of doctrine --
24. The struggle with the apocalypse --
Diversity of interpretation --
The five exegetical approaches --
The three eschatological views --
The four types of chiliasm --
The three conceptions of the church --
Ecclesiology and eschatology --
The disturbing factor 25. The problem of sequence and time --
The order of events --
The new Jerusalem --
The beasts and gog --
Armageddon and Christ's return --
The time of the rapture --
The time of fulfillment --
The preterist approach --
The futurist approach --
Two kinds of futurism --
The other two approaches --
26. The apocalyptic beasts --
Their place in the apocalypse --
Connection with Daniel's beasts --
A continuous-historical trail --
The nature of the struggle portrayed --
Past preparation and present fulfillment --
The seven-headed beast --
The beast, the false prophet --
The scarlet woman --
Growing clarity of fulfillment --
27. The church in the apocalypse --
Various views on this subject --
No church-historical interpretation --
The church visible and invisible --
Satan's plotting against the church --
Chapter twelve and its fulfillment --
The fulfillment of the first two woes --
The three woes in past Christian history --
28. Conclusion --
The millennium in the historical sequence --
Its significance for the three views --
The time of Christ's return.
Responsibility: by D.H. Kromminga.

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