Puritan Board Freshman
I just finished reading Keith A. Mathison's Postmillenialism He is a partial preterist in his interpretations. I am starting to read currently Alexander McLeod's Lectures Upon the Principal Prophecies of the Revelation who is a historicist in his interpretation. Mathison is amillennial in his view of the millennium where McLeod, on a cursory reading, seems to take the millennium as a future time of bliss. Are postmillenialists usually this diverse? Or is there a classical/traditional view? If so, would you say McLeod represents the classical Postmillenial view?