Daniel and the Latter Days , A Study in Millennialism by Robert D. Culver

By Robert D. Culver

A learn in Millennialism. Theological treatise on Daniel the outdated Testamnet prophet. Premillennial doctrine in comparison to Amillennialism and Postmilleniasm. Bible Prophecy examine. The doctrine of final issues- loss of life, resurrection, immortality, the tip of the age, the second one creation, judgement and the long run kingdom of guy.

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At the close of the Millennium the resurrection and final judgment of the wicked will take place. This view is not without its difficulties. Premillennialists may be asked where the righteous living shall come from to people the earth during the Millennium if all the righteous are translated at its inception. They may be asked whence arises the rebellion at the end of the Millennium if only saved people enter the Millennium. The parable of the tares and wheat, and of the drag-net in Matthew 13 are presented as objections to a removal of the righteous by resurrection before the wicked are removed in final judgment.

My views do not coincide wholly with those of some of the brethren of Covenant Theology at this point. On the other hand, the extremes of some of the brethren with a dispensational emphasis, I think, are frequently more in error. However, I do not regard this question as particularly germane to the issue at this point of the discussion. I am merely affirming what Daniel 7 makes clear about Israel and what the many New Testament passages cited above make clear about the church--that both shall share in this reign.

8). 5). Then we might know for certain what the thing which now restraineth, and the person whose removal shall permit the Man of Sin to rise, will be. We know enough, however, to gain a grasp of the general doctrine of the Man of Sin. It is not necessary at this point to develop the doctrine further. ) in the New Testament, and "the little horn" (Daniel 7:8), the "prince that shall come" (Daniel 9:26), and "the king" who does according to his will (Daniel 11:36), of the Old Testament. Christ referred to him as one who would come in his "own name" (John 5:43).

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