“One of the most important, paradigm-shifting, Christ-exalting, hope-inspiring (and well-written) books I have ever had the pleasure of thoroughly digesting.” Eric Holmberg, The Apologetics Group
Does the Bible teach Christians to expect victory or defeat in this world?
Christians have long been characterized by despair, defeat, and retreat based on their understanding of the prophetic future called dispensationalism. They have heeded false doctrine, which teaches that until Jesus returns, Christians will lose ground to the enemy.
Of course, this becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Chilton, with his wonderful writing style, explains how to read and understand prophetic texts, the coming of the kingdom, rejection of Israel, the Great Tribulation, the rise of antichrist, and so much more.
In this powerful book, Chilton sets forth Biblical evidence for the historical view of eschatology called postmillennialism. The author emphasizes that our view of the future is inescapably bound up with our view of Jesus Christ. The fact that Jesus is now King of kings and Lord of lords means that His gospel must be victorious.
A delight to read, and one of the most informative books on Bible prophecy ever written.
The Christian message is one of hope – Pentecost was just the beginning!
About the Author: David Chilton (1951-1997) was a pastor and author of several books on eschatology, including: Paradise Restored, Days of Vengeance, and The Great Tribulation. A cornerstone figure in the Christian Reconstructionist movement, Chilton’s book Productive Christians in an Age of Guilt is a best-seller.
Hardback, 318 pages