explored, but particular attention will be payed to how we are called to live in light of these teachings.
Speakers will be Ryan Habbena (author of The Parable of the Fig Tree), Charles Cooper (author of God's Elect and the Great Tribulation and Fight, Flight, or Faith) and Alan Kurschner (author of the forthcoming A Case for the Prewrath Rapture).
Cost for the conference is $35.00 (meal included).
Visit www.signetringministries.org for more information and registration.
Responses to Reader Questions: Books on the Millennium
Q: Can you recommend a good book on the Millennium? I have "The Coming Kingdom of Christ" (1945) by Evangelist John R. Rice, which was written from a pretrib point of view. Even so, I think much of his material about the Millennium is valid. But I would like to read something from a prewrath viewpoint.
Thank you for all the good work you are doing. Since I don't personally know anyone who believes in the prewrath position, websites like yours are very encouraging to me.
A: Glad to be an encouragement! That’s why we’re here. I don't know any prewrath books on this topic, but you might check the PrewrathOnly board on Yahoo!. The link to the board can be found on the Prewrath Resources page (found on the left-hand links list on the home page) or you can go to Yahoo! Groups and search on PrewrathOnly (one word). There more than 400 members now (so it’s a great place for fellowship, too), and if there is a prewrath book on the Millennium out there, someone there is likely to know about it. If there is, let me know, okay?
Q: Great to read your newsletter recently. I’ve a comment on the Preterism which sounds reasonable ,especially when R.C. and Hank are involved but I don’t get Jesus intent of his coming in his kingdom meaning overthrowing the temple 60 A.D. It helps to explain the not tasting of death tothe hearer’s but not the coming in his kingdom in general. Is there another resource you know of that would help explain all this?
("I tell you the truth, some who are standing here will not taste death before they see the Son of Man coming in his kingdom"(Matt. 16:28). This "coming in the kingdom," they say, refers to His judgment coming against Jerusalem, not His second coming against the world. )
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