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Chapter Four: Postmillenialism (5)

Previous article in this series: February 15, 2010, p. 226. The Postmillennial Interpretation of Revelation 20 (cont.) The Loosing of Satan Just as Satan has been bound by the exalted Jesus Christ at the beginning of the millennium, so he will be loosed by Christ at the end of the millennium. The…

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Chapter Four: Postmillennialism (4)

Prof. Engelsma is professor emeritus of Dogmatics and Old Testament in the Protestant Reformed Seminary. Previous article in this series: February 1, 2010, p. 198. The Postmillennial Interpretation of Revelation 20 The interpretation of Revelation 20, the one passage in Holy Scripture that mentions the millennium, or thousand-year period, is…

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Chapter Four: Postmillennialism (3)

Previous article in this series: December 15, 2009, p. 136. Postmillennialism in the Reformed Tradition (cont.) Contemporary advocates of postmillennialism in Reformed and Presbyterian churches, particularly the disciples of the Puritans and the Christian Reconstructionists, can appeal to a prominent, powerful strand of the Reformed tradition in support of their…

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