Tom Schreiner, professor of NT interpretation and associate dean at Southern Seminary and preaching pastor for Clifton Baptist Church, just finished preaching through the book of Revelation.
- In “The Millennium,” his sermon on Revelation 20:1–15 (preached on June 14, 2009), Schreiner begins by explaining that he recently changed his millennial position from amillennial to premillennial, largely as a result of studying that text (HT: Ben Wright).
- Jason Button transcribes some of Schreiner’s wise introductory remarks here.
- See A. J. Gibson’s “It’s a Sin to Sever Cooperation with Other Believers over Eschatological Issues,” which comments on the sermon on Revelation 20 that Mark Dever preached yesterday (July 12).
- See Ben Wright’s “‘I’m saying you are in sin if you lead your congregation to have a statement of faith that requires a particular Millennial view.’” (Ben is a member of Capitol Hill Baptist Church.)
- Justin Taylor weighs in.
- Kevin Bolin interviewed me on this issue on July 14: “Are Millennial Views Essential?“
- See Ben Wright’s “Amillennialists and Premillennialists: What Do We Agree On?“
- See “Mark Dever on the Function of Statements of Faith.”