About Kenneth L. Gentry
An introduction to four interpretive approaches: preterist, idealist, progressive and classical dispensationalism.
Kenneth L. Gentry provides a overview of literature on preterism in a useful article.
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… Continue reading Bock (ed.), Three Views on the Millennium
Gentry, Kenneth L., Jr.: Before Jerusalem Fell. Dating the Book of Revelation. Tyler, TX: Institute for Christian Economics, 1989. Repr. 1997. Dr. Gentry’s dissertation (now available in the second printing) is a very detailed study of the problem of dating Revelation. Dr. Gentry argues that the late, Domitianic dating is wrong and that an early dating should be preferred.