This new way of interpreting the millennium ... has significant implications for the interpretation for the rest of the book of Revelation.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand (PRWEB) March 19, 2015
What ultimately happens to those who fail to accept Jesus Christ as their personal saviour? What are the essential differences between a saved and a lost person? These questions and more are explored in the new book “Trimillennialism”.
In his new book, “Trimillennialism: Revelation 20 and the Final Judgment”, author Ritchie Way gives readers an in-depth explanation about Revelation 20 and the apocalyptic message that it conveys. Way is offering an unprecedented interpretation based on previous understandings of the millennium.
Way reveals that when the millennium is interpreted as having its inauguration in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, then amillennialsm and premillennialsm are not seen as antagonistic to each other; rather, a tweaked amillennialism provides the fulfillment for the prophecy, and a tweaked premillennialism provides its consummation.
“This new way of interpreting the millennium is not only soundly based, ground-breaking and exciting,” says Way, “It also has significant implications for the interpretation for the rest of the book of Revelation.”
Trimillennialism: Revelation 20 and the Final Judgment
By: Ritchie Way
Available at Amazon and WestBow Press
About the author
Ritchie Way has a Bachelor of Arts in theology and a Master of Arts in religion. He is an ordained minister and serves as an elder at Gracegate Church in Rosedale, Auckland, New Zealand. He is also the executive editor of Good News Unlimited magazine. He lives with his wife Rosemary in Auckland, New Zealand. They have one daughter and two grandchildren who are all active church members. Ritchie and Rosemary run a food bank for single parents, the unemployed and new immigrants who are refugees.
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