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HP#4: MP3s – Historic Premillennialism: A Biblical Alternative to "Left Behind" Eschatology

Here are some mp3s you can download and listen to in the car as you drive.

Historic Premillennialism: A Biblical Alternative to “Left Behind” Eschatology  
This conference was graciously underwritten by a friend of the Seminary. It was April 23-25, 2009 on Denver Seminary’s campus.
Recordings of the sessions are available in streaming and downloadble (mp3) format below. Just click the appropriate link to listen or download.


Plenary Speech 1
Dr. Craig Blomberg
“Why We Don’t Have to Wait for the Great Commission to Be Fulfilled Before Christ Returns: The Problems with Postmillennialism”
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Session 1
Dr. Sung Wook Chung
“Who are the Two Witnesses of Revelation 11: An Integration of Western and Asian Proposals”
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Session 2
Dr. Bruce Demarest
“What Did the Early Church Believe about the Tribulation?”
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Session 3
Dr. Rick Hess
“The Seventy Sevens of Daniel 9: A Timetable for the Future?”
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Session 4
Dr. Andrew Dearman
“Transformations of Jerusalem in the Bible”
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Plenary Speech 2
Dr. Craig Blomberg
“The Need for a Millennium Beyond This Present Age: The Anticlimax of Amillennialism”
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Plenary Speech 3
Gary Hoag for Dr. Craig Blomberg
“Inappropriately Privileging Israel: Why Historic Premillinnialism Trumps Dispensationalism”
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A Case for Historic Premillennialism: An Alternative to “Left Behind” Eschatology
By Craig Blomberg and Sung Wook Chung (Baker, 2009)
The Presence of the Future
G.E. Ladd (Eerdmans, 1974)
For the Supremacy of God, Gospel Growth, and the joy of all peoples through Jesus Christ,
Glenn Leatherman

Middle River Baptist Church

…to treasure God’s glory in the growth of the Gospel by changing everyday people into a community of passionate Christ-Followers.

Be One, Bring One, Build One, Bless One
“Him [Christ] we proclaim warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom that we may present everyone mature in Christ.  For this I toil, struggling with all His energy that He powerfully works within me.” (Colossians 1:28-29)

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