In Christ’s Second Coming, Brown defines premillennialism as a theory that advocates that Christ will soon come, not to carry on in person and in power the work of converting and saving men, but to close the dispensation of grace and introduce an eternal state of retribution. Instead, Brown advocates the theory that there will be—before Christ’s coming—an estimated thousand years when the Gospel will spread in power among men, and grace will be victorious over the whole earth.
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David Brown (1803–1897) was professor of theology at Free Church College in the University of Aberdeen. He served as director of the National Bible Society of Scotland, the Evangelical Alliance, and the Alliance of the Reformed Churches. His works include The Restoration of the Jews, The Apocalypse, and Crushed Hopes Crowned in Death.