Joel McDurmon on Postmillennialism

We have just finished our first interview with author Joel McDurmon. Joel was an excellent guest. He has authored three books. One of them is a response to the “New Atheism” entitled The Return of the Village Atheist.

41WEyOBp5kL._SL500_AA240_In this show, Joel McDurmon defended persuasively the Postmillennial view of eschatology. He made a reference to a few books. The links to these books are available below:

David Chilton’s excellent Revelation Commentary can be read for FREE HERE: Days of Vengeance

Ray Sutton’s: That You May Prosper (also for FREE)

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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6 Responses to Joel McDurmon on Postmillennialism

  1. Josh says:

    Uri,

    What do you make of Bahnsen’s critical comments of Sutton’s 5-point cov model?

    http://www.cmfnow.com/articles/pb075.htm

    See the heading: Pandemonium of Literary Structuring Devices

    I’d love your thoughts.

  2. Uri Brito says:

    Josh, I’d love to talk to you in greater depth about this matter. Give me a ring sometime at 850-377-3049
    I am at my office Tuesday-Friday 10-5PM. Love to talk and get to know you.

  3. Josh says:

    I’ll give you a buzz tomorrow around 11 ET?

  4. josh says:

    nevermind–too busy. perhaps u can post your answer or email me

  5. Uri Brito says:

    How about hearing it from the horse’s mouth. Here’s an early article written by Jordan in response to his critics: http://web.archive.org/web/20020223053951/http://www.visi.com/~contra_m/cm/features/cm03_readbibl.html#1

  6. josh says:

    great! I’ll check it out. Thx

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