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Part Three of My Interview with Roger Overton from the A-Team Blog

Man%20of%20sin.gifHere's the third (and final) installment of my recent interview with Roger about Reformed amillennialism.  We continue to discuss my book, The Man of Sin--especially issues related to both "full" and "partial" preterism, as well as how one's eschatology can impact their political perspective on events the Middle East.

Please make sure that you are not eating nor taking a swig of coffee when you click on Roger's blog.  You'll be shocked! 

The interview can be found here:   Click here: The A-Team Blog :: Interview with Kim Riddlebarger, Part 3

Thanks, Roger! 

Reader Comments (2)

O.K. guys, how do you expect people to take your interview serious with those pictures :0 Well, I got my question answered at the end of your interview!! Looking forward to reading them all. Currently I am re-reading The Man of Sin. Have you ever been so excited about reading a book, when it finally comes out, that you read it to fast you have to go back after you calm down some, and read it again?? :)
February 15, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterplw
"How one's eschatology can impact their political perspective on events the Middle East."

Thanks for tackling this kind of issue. In the UK, lots of evangelicals got so burnt out by eschatological fury that they have relegated such questions to the "irrelevant speculation" category; others tend towards a sort of "all points of view have some validity" position, which is painful to hear. It's hard to have to keep explaining that eschatology does make a difference.
February 16, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterPhil Walker

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