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"Amillennialism 101" -- Audio and On-Line Resources
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If Your New Year's Resolutions Include Reading Scripture . . . 

First, here are several great reading plans using the ESV (h.t. Justin Taylor)

Six ESV Reading Progams

Second, here's how you can subscribe to a Bible-reading plan via podcast.  This is a great idea!

ESV Via Podcast

Third, here's Lee Iron's "Annual Greek New Testament" reading program.  This is a great way to keep up with your Greek.

Annual Greek New Testament Reading Progam

Finally, you can subscribe to "Daily Confession" which provides a daily reading program through the Reformed confessions.  Highly recommended.

Daily Confession

OK, so now there's no excuse!


Reader Comments (2)

The new Lutheran Study Bible uses the ESV. I normally don't like study Bibles (because of the heterdox opinions in most of the notes), but this one is just phenomenal. Even Lutheran pastors love it!

One last thing: I'm sure the Reformed have similar wording in their Confession of Sins, but the other day while the wife was in the mall (it is usually a time when I will either read books or catch up on sleep), I just grabbed our WELS Christian Worship Hymnal, and flipped over to the part of Confession of Sins. (Just killing time.)

In it, five major doctrines popped out at me in this short declaration of absolution proclaimed by the pastor: "God, our heavenly Father, has forgiven all of your sins. (1. Justification) By the perfect life (2. Active obedience) and innocent death of our Lord Jesus Christ, (3. Passive obedience) he has removed your guilt forever. You are his own dear child. (4. Adoption) May God give you strength to live according to his will." (5. Sanctification) I thought to myself, "Man, this is cool stuff."

I know. I know. I have way too much time on my hands!
December 31, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterLloyd I. Cadle
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Thank you for your page with all the useful links,

There are some dead links on that page.

Outline on Amillennialism -- Robert Strimple
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The Millennium -- O. Palmer Robertson
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Eschatology -- O. Palmer Robertson
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The Sabbath as Eschatological Sign -- Lee Irons
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Har Magedon: The End of the Millennium -- Meredith Kline
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December 31, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJC

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