1. M

    Reformed Bibliography for ex-Dispensationalists

    Hello brothers and sisters, I created this thread so that you may recommend reformed bibliographic literature (books or articles, old and, preferably, new) on the following subjects and aspects: 1. A work introducing Amillennialism, but, at the same time, refuting dispensational and/or...
  2. C

    Books about amillennialism

    For someone who would like to study amillennialism in more detail, what book(s) would you recommend? I know that Sam Storms has a new book out: Kingdom Come: The Amillennial Alternative. There is also A Case for Amillennialism by Kim Riddlebarger. How do these compare? Are there better books?
  3. reformedman

    Satan Released - an amillennial view

    I wonder if an amillenialist would mind helping me out with a question. I am listening to Kim Riddlebarger's messages, a series of messages called Amillenialism 101. In studying these things I decided to approach the study by listening to all the messages one time through and then going back to...
  4. K

    A.W. Pink -eschatology- which books to avoid (dispensationalist days)

    I am wondering about Pink and which books might be good reads from a covenantal perspective. I enjoyed some of his stuff, but it seems like his dispensationalist days have some weird ideas. Any help on this would be great. Thanks
  5. RevZach

    70 x 7 question for serious Amillennials

    I did a search and found a couple of closed threads about Dan 9 and the seventy sevens, but nothing that addressed my specific question... Okay, so most Amills (myself included) view the church age (i.e. the millennium) as being synonymous with the last half-a-seven (a.k.a. 42 months, a.k.a...