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Best Arguments Against Premillennialism

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Hello all. I abandoned my premillennial eschatology over two years ago but have recently returned to it. I don't want to accept a theology for a second time only to find out later that I was wrong (yet again). So I thought I'd come into the amillennial forum to ask you for your best arguments against premillennialism. I'm sure you all have objections to premillnnialism, so if you would kindly share with me what you feel are the best knock-down arguments against it so I can evaluate them now and see if there's any good reasons not to adopt that eschatological framework, I'd really appreciate it. Thank you. :RpS_biggrin:

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Hello all. I abandoned my premillennial eschatology over two years ago but have recently returned to it. I don't want to accept a theology for a second time only to find out later that I was wrong (yet again). So I thought I'd come into the amillennial forum to ask you for your best arguments against premillennialism. I'm sure you all have objections to premillnnialism, so if you would kindly share with me what you feel are the best knock-down arguments against it so I can evaluate them now and see if there's any good reasons not to adopt that eschatological framework, I'd really appreciate it. Thank you. :RpS_biggrin:

 

Hello Brother Jason,

 

Please read my recent blog "THE STATE OF THE DEAD" for some of your answers.

 

Yours.

 

Deade

 

 

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I am a premillennialist, but by grace the management lets me stay despite my short comings. I much rather be wrong on eschatology as a host of other doctrines.

 

As the bible says, "Live long and prosper" (or was that Spock?) :RpS_rolleyes:

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I am a premillennialist, but by grace the management lets me stay despite my short comings. I much rather be wrong on eschatology as a host of other doctrines.

 

As the bible says, "Live long and prosper" (or was that Spock?) :RpS_rolleyes:

That was Spock -- Star Trek -- good , Fun sci-fi -- as one premillennialist to another -- good choice. (seems that the emoticons won't work on 'here'. So. :)

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Hello all. I abandoned my premillennial eschatology over two years ago but have recently returned to it. I don't want to accept a theology for a second time only to find out later that I was wrong (yet again). So I thought I'd come into the amillennial forum to ask you for your best arguments against premillennialism. I'm sure you all have objections to premillnnialism, so if you would kindly share with me what you feel are the best knock-down arguments against it so I can evaluate them now and see if there's any good reasons not to adopt that eschatological framework, I'd really appreciate it. Thank you. :RpS_biggrin:

 

Hello Brother Jason,

 

Please read my recent blog "THE STATE OF THE DEAD" for some of your answers.

 

Yours.

 

Deade

 

New blog out "White Throne Judgement." Some same topics covered.

 

Deade

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