Famous Postmillennial Theologians Pt. 4

We have so far learned that postmillennialism has not been held by men who are in the out-skirting periphery of the protestant faith. Instead, we have seen men like John Calvin, John Knox, John Owen, many other men named John,  William Perkins, Samuel Rutherford, Benjamin B. Warfield, J. Gresham Machen, Archibald Alexander, Charles Hodge, Jonathan Edwards, Matthew …

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Famous Postmillennial Theologians Pt. 3

Yet again, the list of famous postmillennials continues to grow. I have already shown 10 different theologians in two previous articles who affirmed postmillennial thought. Here are five more to add to the list! Matthew Henry's Commentary is a vastly famous biblical reference tool that has been the standard since the 18th century. It will come …

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More Famous Postmillennials

In a previous post, I wrote about five notable postmillennial theologians. You may be surprised to find that postmillennialism is not quite so uncommon as some would like to think. Here is the second part of the continued series on famous theologians who were postmillennial. John Foxe I've heard many times that postmillennialism contradicts persecution …

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A Tale of Two Worldviews 

In Revolt Against Maturity, R.J. Rushdoony offers a penetrating cultural analysis that frames political and social action in terms of the doctrine of regeneration. He argues there are two primary opinions about why things seem screwy in our world: The humanistic view: the problem is outside us (other folks, the environment, etc.).  The Christian view: …

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