TMS Distinctives: Premillennialism

TMS Staff | May 22, 2015

This past week, the seminary posted five videos addressing the biblical distinction between Israel and the Church, and its relationship to the future Millennial Kingdom.

Part 1 featured an interview with seminary president Dr. John MacArthur on a proper understanding of Israel and the Church.

 

Part 2 featured an interview with Dr. Michael Vlach on the biblical paradigm that undergirds futuristic premillennialism.

 

In part 3, Dr. Vlach addressed the question of Israel and the Church. Has the church replaced Israel, or is there more to the story?

 

Part 4 featured an interview with Dr. Nathan Busenitz on Church history and Israel.

 

In part 5, Dr. Vlach discussed God’s plan for the nations.


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