But I ll admit I haven t given the matter enough attention to cement my feet in that camp yet. Then allow me to rescue you from it! ;) Here areMessage 1 of 1 , Dec 3 12:06 AMView Source"But I'll admit I haven't given the matter enough
attention to cement my feet in that camp yet."<br><br>Then
allow me to rescue you from it! ;)<br><br>Here are some
links to some works you may find helpful (they are
contra-premillenialism):<br><br>Dr. Francis Nigel Lee: "Always Victorious! The
Earliest Church not Pre- but Postmillennial"
<br><a href=http://docs5.dr-fnlee.org/postmill/postmill.pdf target=new>http://docs5.dr-fnlee.org/postmill/postmill.pdf</a> (You need adobe reader software to view this,
Lee's html link of this book is not
working)<br><br>Brian Schwertley: "The Premillennial Deception
--<br>Chiliasm Examined in the Light of
Scripture"<br><a href=http://www.reformed.com/pub/milenium.htm target=new>http://www.reformed.com/pub/milenium.htm</a> (I'm not thrilled with the title, or with his
conclusion that Nero was the antichrist, but the book is
pretty good otherwise).<br><br>Archibald Mason: "Three
Discources on the Millenium."
<a href=http://covenanter.org/AMason/Millennial/discourses.html target=new>http://covenanter.org/AMason/Millennial/discourses.html</a><br><br>Enjoy!<br><br>gmw.