Hermeneutical Challenges for a (Traditional) Premillennial Interpretation of Revelation 20

Hermeneutical Challenges for a (Traditional) Premillennial Interpretation of Revelation 20
Organization: ETS National
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A session from the 65th Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society - Evangelicalism, Inerrancy, and ETS, Baltimore, MD, November 19–21, 2013.

Benjamin L. Merkle Benjamin L. Merkle served as a presenter at the Evangelical Theological Society Meeting, 'Christ in All Scripture' (San Diego, 11/20-22/2019), addressing the Section, Martin Luther's Ongoing Relevance for Biblical Studies - and is affiliated with Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

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