Book Detail

The Quest for Millennial Hope by Richard Wilson

The Quest for Millennial Hope

Historicist with a Futurist Focus, Postmillennial Apology on the Book of Revelation – Chapter 12 to 22

by Richard Wilson

Pages: 520

Dimensions: 6 x 9

Category
  • RELIGION - Biblical Commentary - New Testament - Revelation
  • RELIGION - Biblical Criticism & Interpretation - New Testament
  • RELIGION - Biblical Commentary - New Testament

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9780994195807

Price : $25.49

This book will be available to purchase on
August 29, 2020.


WHAT WILL BE HISTORY’S NEXT GREAT EVENT?
AS WE READ the 16th chapter of the book of Revelation we will notice ‘such a mighty and great earthquake as had not occurred since men were on the earth’ that swallows up the great assembled armies of the world at Armageddon. This event is the one and only ‘great day of God Almighty’.
Paralleling the Exodus of Moses, the next great event will be a worldwide Exodus event, otherwise known as the millennium.
The millennium will culminate in the Battle of Gog and Magog (Ezekiel 38-39, Revelation 20:7-10) and, with everyone expecting the second advent of Christ, the Antichrist will appear as a Messianic figure and deceive many. But as ‘a thief in the night’ Christ will gloriously return on that last day, in resurrection power, where death itself will be swallowed up in total victory – Hallelujah!
The Quest for Millennial Hope is more than another eschatological commentary on the Book of Revelation. It is rather a treatment of Revelation as an apologetic of the old historicist post-millennial view – the original Protestant or reformed perspective.
THIS HOPE-FILLED PERSPECTIVE IS OUR QUEST – A QUEST THAT LEADS US INTO THE CONSUMMATION OF THE EVER-GROWING KINGDOM OF GOD.
Richard Wilson is a Presbyterian Minister, a calling that has taken him and his family across Australia and into many parts of the world.

Author Photo

Richard currently serves as Pastoral Coordinator for the Indian Reformed Fellowship – Australia (IRFA), a fellowship which mobilises local churches in global mission and evangelism. IRFA has taken Richard on a ‘circuit of ministry’, serving churches across the Indian subcontinent. Whether he is preaching, teaching, visiting homes or offering pastoral care, Richard’s quest has always been in the pursuit of God. He lives in Brisbane, Australia with his wife.

Error 2- Exception in query Unknown column 'acc.Bookstore_Active' in 'where clause'

Top Categories

Search by Topic

Browse By New Releases