The Appeal of Premillennialism

“Certainly the power of the premillennial vision cannot be doubted. Even though it was pessimistic about this world, its heightened supernaturalism produced a strong sense of hope and optimism anchored in the world to come. It taught people to deny this world and live in light of the world to come.”

-Walter Unger in “‘Ernestly Contending for the Faith’: The Role of the Niagara Bible Conference in the Emergence of American Fundamentalism,” p. 207

2 thoughts on “The Appeal of Premillennialism

  1. Van, trying to reach you by email regarding I.M. Haldeman biographical information. In particular, do you know where I can get a copy of his “Personal History” book, or a scanned version of it?

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