REFORMATION POSTMILLENNIALISM — Postmillennial Worldview


PMW 2019-098 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. As Theologian Donald Bloesch notes, “postmillennialism experienced an upsurge in the middle ages,” as illustrated in the writings of Joachim of Fiore (A.D. 1145-1202) and others. But a more fully developed postmillennialism enjoys its greatest growth and influence in the seventeenth through nineteenth centuries, especially under Puritan and […]

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