Reviews of Preterist and Postmillennial Books

My friend Dee Dee Warren (who owns the largest orthodox Preterist site in the world) has put together a page of reviews of Preterist and Postmillennial books. My review of Matthison’s Postmillennialism: An Eschatology of Hope is included.

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I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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2 Responses to Reviews of Preterist and Postmillennial Books

  1. Joel S says:

    It’s been many years since I interacted with DeeDee or went to her site (or at least the other site, TheologyWeb, which she runs). I’ll have to look through some of the stuff on there soon.

    Just read through your review. I too loved the book, though as Mathison said in the comment on that post, I think I’m less concerned about the labels. But optimism regarding eschatology seems to me to be quite important.

    Probably my favorite thing about Mathison’s book was the strong covenantal connection. Prior to reading that book, I hadn’t clearly thought through how the covenantal structure of Scripture leads naturally into how we view eschatology.

    Hope you’re doing well, btw.

  2. Uri Brito says:

    Joel, so good to hear from you. It’s been a long time. I hope you are well. I will add your blog to my Friends’ section of my blogroll.

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