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"Amillennialism 101" -- Audio and On-Line Resources
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Amillennialism 101 -- Audio Posted








Here's the link to Friday night's Academy lecture, "Christ: The True Temple."

Reader Comments (2)

Brother, Thank you so much for these lectures! I had a couple of questions. I am listening to a few of your other lectures and these questions come out of them. I was wondering if you know where the term 'replacement theology' came from (who was the first to use it) and how did they use the term (I am curious as to how the term has carried with it a wrong theology, ie church replaces Israel...rather than expansion theology). Also do you have any book recommendations on dispensationalism and how it came to be, why it is so popular in the 20th century et.? And finally, if you have any resources to help think through the language of "literal interpretation"? I apologize if you have posted on this subject, I had a search and didnt find the answers...Thank you again for your lectures, they are helping me see how the Bible fits together and how Christ is the 'object' of the whole book! God is amazing!

With love in Christ,

October 28, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterDavid
Dear Kim,

Thank you so much for these lectures - they are greatly appreciated.

Will you (or have you) be dealing with the idea that Christ is the fulfillment of the Sabbath and the theological implications of this. I wondered if the whole of the Bible is about the Sabbath (no morning & evening of the seventh day) pointing to Christ the reality. How might it work out in practice. Can anyone point me to online resources that deals with this - or am I nuts.

October 29, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterMike Iliff

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