Blaising, Craig A., Kenneth L. Gentry, and Robert B. Strimple. Three Views on the Millennium and Beyond. Edited by Darrell L. Bock. Counterpoints: Exploring Theology. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, 1999. 330 pp.
As usual for the Counterpoints series, the proponent of each view sets forth his case in a rather lengthy essay. Responses from the two other contributors follow. The editor, Darrell L. Bock, has written a short preface and a summary essay (pp. 277-310).
The main contributors
The editor is professor of NT at Dallas Theological Seminary. Craig A. Blaising was Joseph Emerson Brown professor of Christian Theology at Southern Baptist Theological College in Louisville, Kentucky. Kenneth L. Gentry was dean of faculty and professor of systematic theology at Westminster Classical College in Elkton, Maryland. Robert B. Strimple is professor emeritus of systematic theology at Westminister Seminary California.
Table of Contents
- Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.: Postmillennialism (pp. 11-57; responses by RBS, pp. 58-71, and CAB, pp. 72-80)
- Robert B. Strimple: Amillennialism (pp. 81-129; responses by KLG, pp. 130-132, and CAB, pp. 143-154)
- Craig A. Blaising: Premillennialism (pp. 155-227; responses by KLG, pp. 228-255, and RBS, pp. 256-276)
- Darrell L. Block: Summary essay (pp. 277-310)
The back matters include Select bibliographies (pp. 311-316), General Index (317-322) and Scripture Index (pp. 323-330).