"Kingdom Come: The Amillennial Alternative" By Sam Storms

Thursday, 31 Oct 2013

"As long as dispensationalists can argue that the details of the system remain intact, they are not likely to give it up'despite the 'big picture' criticisms raised against theentire system."
There are a number of books currently in print that make the case for an amillennial understanding of biblical eschatology. Sam Storms's Kingdom Come is an important addition to a list that includesO. T. Allis's Prophecy & the Church (P&R, 1945); Anthony Hoekema's The Bible & the Future (Eerdmans, 1979); Cornel Venema's The Promise of the Future (Banner, 2000); as well as my own, A Case for Amillennialism (Baker, 2013). But Sam Storms's Kingdom Come does not merely replicate the arguments of those writing ...

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