PMT 2014-152 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
This is my fifth article replying to Dr. James White of Alpha & Omega Ministries. On his October 16 webcast, he challenged my postmillennial analysis of 2 Timothy 3. 2,604 more words
Lapsed donors–those who once loved you but seem to have lost that love–are a gift waiting to happen to your organization. Over the years, many studies have shown, and personal experienced confirmed–that more than half of these once supporters will again support your organization if they are approached in a personal way. 650 more words
PMT 2014-148 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
Introduction to My New Series
Amillennialism is postmillennialism minus hope.
Before the early twentieth century, theologians would speak of only two eschatological positions: “premillennialism” and “postmillennialism.” In this regard, amillennial theologian Cornelis Venema notes regarding amillennialism and postmillennialism: “Whatever differences exist between the two views, they have in common an identical framework” . 1,310 more words