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He Shall Have Dominion In this greatly expanded and wholly updated version of Dr Gentry s classic study of postmillennialism, you will sense anew the powerful message of Psalm 72 that Christ shall have dominion from sea to sea Psa 72 8 You will learn that God s word promises that the whole earth will be filled with his glory 72 19 so that all nations will call him blessed 72 17 before Christ returns.Many evangelicals today are concerned about those being Left Behind on this Late Great Planet Earth as it collapses into absolute chaos But the postmillennialist optimistically believes that He Shall Have Dominion throughout the earth In this book you will find the whole biblical rationale for the postmillennial hope, from its incipient beginning in Genesis to its glorious conclusion in Revelation Your faith will be re invigorated as you begin to recognize that the gospel is the power of God unto salvation Rom 1 16 and that our Lord Jesus really meant it when he commanded us to go and make disciples of all the nations Matt 28 19.The Third edition includes an enlarged appendix on the Errors of Hyper preterism both theological and exegetical. Free Download He Shall Have Dominion Author Kenneth L. Gentry Jr. For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. He Shall Have Dominion is the most recent attempt at articulating a thorough, irrefutable argument for postmillennialism Gentry attempts to make his case so airtight that critics will have to either ignore his work or answer his arguments I ve not read much on eschatology, outside of the postmillennial tradition, having grown up in the premill amill mold So I can t speak to the persuasiveness of the ...

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  3. Marvelous on almost all counts It is quite common in some circles for eschatological preoccupation to take up far too much time, and in other circles to be almost entirely neglected In the first group, it is often accompanied by what Gentry calls Newspaper exegesis in the other group it is thought that it is a peripheral issue and therefore not discussed so as not to stir up debate.Gentry does a wonderful job of presenting the postmillennial view as the most consistently biblical view, whil Marvelous on almost all counts It is quite common in some circles for eschatological preoccupation to take up far too much time, and in other circles to be almost entirely neglected In the first group, it is often accompanied by what Gentry calls Newspaper exegesis in the other group it is thought that it is a peripheral iss...

  4. Gentry is a clear and straightforward writer, and does a good job presenting the postmillennial case I especially appreciated his gospel centeredness, his excellent answers to objections especially the amillennial argument concerning suffering , and his gentlemanly tone The sheer number of misconceptions that he removes is staggeringly helpful He s like a cannery for red herrings.If someone is reading deeply in eschatology, they ought to read this one However, there are several weaknesses o Gentry is a clear and straightforward writer, and does a good job presenting the postmillennial case I especially appreciated his gospel centeredness, his excellent answers to objections especially the amillennial argument concerning suffering , and his gentlemanly tone The sheer number of misconcept...

  5. Good overview but lengthy and at times bombastic See CJ Bowen s review for a good breakdown of the shortcomings There is probably ahelpful overview or introductory work out there Still found this significantly helpful, though Coming to this work already fairly convinced of partial preterism, it was mainly a battle for me between amillennialism and postmillennialism This currently has meinclined to postmillennialism Some may find his extensive rebuttals of dispensationalism need Good overview but lengthy and at times bombastic See CJ Bowen s review for a good breakdown of the shortcomings There is probably ahelpful overview or introductory work out there Still found this significantly helpful, though Coming to this work already fairly convinced of partial preterism, it was mainly a battle for me between amillennialism and postmillennialism Thi...

  6. Gentry is a great scholar with an eye for the details in the text I ve read this book twice now Gentry presents a very clear and precise case for the postmillennial position May be a little to much for those not...

  7. This book is nothing short of awesome Gentry does a fine job of exegeting postmillennialism and demolishing the frameworks of opposing viewpoints Along the way he also gives rock solid support for theonomy and dismantles dispensationalism I would highly recommend this book.

  8. Great book..Converted me.

  9. This book revealed to me that I am postmil after all I believe I misunderstood amil and postmil before reading this book This book is a careful Biblical analysis of eschatology Recommended.

  10. Thorough.