Back by popular demand! Originally published as Contemporary Options in Eschatology, this is a must for all students of prophecy. Examine pre-, post-, and amillennial views, with a balanced discussion of each position. This lucid, comprehensive analysis will help you develop your own convictions on this topic. Includes an updated chapter addressing new developments in dispensationalism. 197 pages, softcover from Baker.
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Date:February 5, 2008
This is an excellent book for someone who wants to get an overview of the four most common doctrines of eschatology. Erickson lays out a clear description of each, then summarizes with the strengths and weaknesses of each position. Although he admits to favoring the historic premillennial position, he is very unbiased in his presentation of the other views - postmillennialism, amillennialism, and dispensational premillennialism.