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Modern Premillennialism and the Christian Hope
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Modern Premillennialism and the Christian Hope


Abingdon Press 1920

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Harris Franklin Rall offers an in-depth analysis and sharp critique of premillennialism. The first part is devoted to a historical sketch of the development of the hope of a better world from the time of the prophets onward. The second part contains Rall’s critique of premillennialism. Rall provides a bibliography for further research as well as the essay “Was John Wesley a Premillennialist?” in the appendix.

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Key Features

  • Analyzes the historical development of premillennialism
  • Critiques premillennialism
  • Contains a bibliography to aid personal research


  • The Hope of the Kingdom of God in History
    • The Kingdom Hope in Israel
    • The Apocalyptic Hope
    • The Kingdom Hope with Jesus
    • The Christian Hope in the Apocalyptic Age
    • Premillennialism in the History of the Church
  • Modern Premillennialism
    • The Premillennial Doctrine of the Kingdom and Its Coming
    • Premillennialism and the Bible
    • Where Premillennialism Leads
  • The Christian Hope of the Kingdom of God
    • Biblical Teaching and the Christian Hope
    • The Nature of the Kingdom of God
    • The Coming of the Kingdom of God
    • Closing Considerations

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About Harris Franklin Rall

Harris Franklin Rall (1870–1964) was Henry White Warren Professor of Practical Theology at the Iliff School of Theology, and served as president there from 1910 to 1915. He later taught theology and served as president at Garrett Biblical Institute. His works include The Life of Jesus, The Teachings of Jesus, and A Working Faith.

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