Manual on the Millennium is an examination of the viewpoints concerning the nature of the millennium and how they relate to the associated end-time events. The author argues for his own personal viewpoint, as well as with the problems inherent in interpreting those events that are so popular with the dispensational pre-millennialist views. He provides a fresh examination of such subjects as the postponed kingdom, the restoration of Israel, rebuilding the temple, the Battle of Armageddon, the Antichrist, and the seventy weeks of Daniel.
The author maintains that the arbitrary interpretation of the millennium of Revelation as a literal period of a thousand years as a whole does not fit the judgment teachings of the New Testament or the complete message of the return of Christ, in context with the rest of the Scriptures.
The proper interpretation of the nature of the millennium is foundational to understanding the prophetic message of the New Testament. This work is designed to be a valuable resource and handbook for the study of end-time events for the serious Bible student.