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In this episode, Pastor Brian will catch up on the weekly news updates from a Christian perspective. In addition, Pastor Brian will discuss the four views concerning the millennial reign of Christ. The four views are normally considered to be the Amillennial, Postmillennial, Dispensational Premillennial, and Historical Premillennial views. What are these views and which seems to fit the biblical data best?
In addition, Pastor Brian will examine the controversy surrounding Kirk Cameron's movie "Saving Christmas" and argues that Christians can become too cynical and serious at times. Plus, Pastor Brian will comment on Christian news around the world.
Be sure to call in at (323) 784-9617 and check out Pastor Brian's international blog at http://pastorbrianchilton.wordpress.com.
Episode # 0102
In light of the current conflict between Israel and Palestinian terrorists, Tony will have on the program, as his special guest, Pastor Barry Horner, author of the book, "Future Israel: Why Christian Anti-Judaism Must Be Challenged." Points of discussion will include:
1) Identifying and defining the major eschatological positions held by Christians
2) Why premillennialism is the eschatological construct with the most biblical support
3) The importance of sound hermeneutics when studying the "end times"
4) How one's eschatology can lead to an unbiblical and sinful view of Israel and the Jewish people
In the second hour of the show, Bart McCurdy will hit the streets of Redding, CA, for some "phone fishing."
PROPHECY HEADLINES: Israel calls up 16,000 reservists as fighting continues | US Navy official says China's missiles pose threat to US forces in future conflict | Militias battle around Libya's Tripoli airport | Rome's Jewish quarter vandalized | Head of Israeli Jewish Congress says violence against Jews in Europe could spark another genocide
The Bible says in Hebrews 9:28: “So Christ was once offered to bear the sins of many; and unto them that look for him shall he appear the second time without sin unto salvation.”
PROPHECY BOOTCAMP: "After the Tribulation, Part 3" from Dr. Tim LaHaye
Various Views of the Kingdom
During the 2,000-year history of the church there have been three primary views of our Lord's return in relation to the millennial kingdom. These views are called premillennialism, postmillennialism, and amillennialism.
First, let's look at Premillennialism. This is the oldest of the views, which dominated the thinking of the early Christians for the first three centuries. Basically the prefix pre means that Christ will come again before the kingdom or 1,000-year millennium. This is the view held in this book.
Now, let's look at Amillennialism. A indicates "no," meaning that no literal millennium is expected by those who hold this view. They believe that the spiritual kingdom of Christ has operated simultaneously with the earthly satanic kingdom for 2,000 years, and that there will be only one general resurrection (when Christ will separate the saved and lost), followed by heaven.
OCCUPY TILL I COME: "Waiting on the Second Coming" by Ray C. Stedman (Part 13)
MUSICAL SELECTION: "The King is Coming" by Newsboys
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What Ever Happened to Full Preterism?
The year was 1972, when a young minister named Max R. King published a revolutionary book, The Spirit of Prophecy. It was advertised as a "fresh perspective" on the message and the meaning of the fulfillment of Bible prophecy. It was the book that launched a "movement" that grew from just a handfull of teachers (Ed Stevens, Don Preston, Jack Scott, William Bell, Larry Siegle, Terry Siverd) into a message that had the potential to shape a new generation of believers.
More than 40 years have passed since this book was published, but the "movement" seems to have somehow gotten lost along the way. Join Larry Siegle as he provides some insightful observations about "what went wrong" and "what went right" and what the next steps must be in order to capture the attention of millions of religious people who are trapped inside a futurist nightmare.
Bible Study -- A Fulfilled Perspective on EPHESIANS
Larry Siegle provides a comprehsensive overview of Pauline theology as revealed in the letter to the Ephesians. In this segment of the program, listeners will be challenged to open their Bibles and to join in the verse-by-verse exegetical study of God's Word. Invite your friends and family to tune in to the program. The Fulfilled Dynamics website will feature more information, notes and course information that goes along with the presentation.
There has been so much debate over if there is a literal millennial reign of Christ, this debate has lead to three theories. Premillenialism, Postmillenialism, and the Amillennialism view. But the question is, what does the bible teach, and what was the belief of the early church concerning the millennial reign of Christ. Today on The Voice Of The Prophetic Report we will be releasing a special teaching, that will help you come to a better understand of one of the most important biblical teachings concerning bible prophecy, and the second coming of Jesus Christ. Tune in today to another addition of The Voice OF The Prophetic Report, you can also visit us on the web at www.jordanwellsministries.com, for other prophetic teachings God Bless.
Dr. Kenny Rhodes will be our special guest to explain why the Pre-trib, Dispensational view best fits the understanding of interpreting Scripture when consistently utilizing the literal, historical, grammatical method of interpreting the Bible; especially concerning the promises by God made to Israel.
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We will consider Pre-millennialism, Post-millennialism, Amillennialism, Pre-tribulation, Premid-tribulation & Postmid-tribulation, Post-tribulation and preterism and dispensationalism. We will try to develop a good working definition of all these terms and what they mean and the significance of them to our behavior. We will also determine the key to understanding which one or combination is the real meaning of revelation and which road we are on and where it leads and when. If we do not know the age we are in and what Christ has done already then we do not know how to interpret any prophecy or John's revelation. And to my astonishment none of the advocates of these views adhere to them as a result of their own experience of what Christ has done already to the cosmos with his body.
Why is there so much confusion on the subject of the millennium. Most major theological's are rooted in some form of millennialism, whether premillennialism, amillennialism or post-millennialism. What is the difference? What does the Bible teach about the 1000 years reign of Christ and his saints? Is it past, present or future?
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