Why Premillennialism?

TMS Staff | May 30, 2015

In case you missed them, this past week the seminary posted five additional videos affirming its commitment to premillennial eschatology. These videos can be watched below:

(For parts 1–5, click here.)

Part 6 of the seminary’s Distinctives series featured an interview with Dr. John MacArthur on premillennialism.

 

In part 7, John MacArthur specifically addressed the emphasis on premillennialism in the seminary’s curriculum.

 

Part 8 featured an interview with Dr. Nathan Busenitz on premillennialism and the early church.

 

In part 9, Nathan Busenitz noted the importance of eschatology for Christian Ministry.

 

Part 10 concluded the series with an interview from John MacArthur on eschatology and the Doctor of Ministry program.


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