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"Amillennialism 101" -- Audio and On-Line Resources
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Audio from Friday Night's Academy

Here's the audio from Friday's Academy lecture on Revelation 20:1-10 (part two).

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This concludes the series "Amillennialism 101"

Reader Comments (1)

Got a question for the Amill Master. I wrote to you some time ago with a question about the term Anastasis in Revelation 20 and it's possible parallel in John 11 as having a useage of spiritual resurrection instead of bodily resurrection.

In this lecture you seem to make the argument that the term does mean physical resurrection, including John 11 even though John 11 is not dealt with in any substantive sense in the lecture, but when used with life or live, then it has a spiritual meaning.

Are you saying that because Jesus' resurrection is physical, which is what the term is referring to in John 11, therefore, our resurrection is spiritual due to our union with him as seen in John 5?

I'm certain my question is clear as mud, but it just seemed to me that the term that is said can only mean physical resurrection is used for both spiritual and physical resurrection in John 11. What am I missing?
January 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterHoward

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