Prof Clouse has brought together four proponents of the four major millennial views:each view has had both a long history and a host of Christian adherents through the years. George Ladd presents historic premillennialism. Hoyt writes on dispenstional premillennialism. Boettner retired theologian discusses the postmillennial view. And finally Hoekema describes the amillennial position. After each essay the other three writers respond from their own perspective. This book is a debate among key Christian scholars on the meaning of the millennium.
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Date:September 30, 2000
It is sad that a topic that has caused so much confusion in the Christian world should so seldom be treated as openly and fairly as it is in this book. I would love to see more books like this, where everyone presents his point of view and is even allowed to respond to everybody else's points of view. The book is not new, but it is well worth the read. Even in reading views that in general terms I do not share, I have learned important truths that have really been helpful to me.