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Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Riddlebarger Interview

Over the past few months I have moved from a Historic Premil. position to a robust Amil. eschatological viewpoint. One of the authors (among many) who has brought me along in this understanding of eschatology is Kim Riddlebarger. Before he began blogging, I had only read his book, A Case For Amillennialism, and it started me thinking more about the end times than I had since I was a little boy reading 'Chick' tracts.

During the last year, Dr. Riddlebarger has started a blog titled the Riddleblog, which I have linked to promiscuously, so I won't do it again now. He's in the blogroll.

After reading Dr. Riddlebarger's latest book, The Man Of Sin, I emailed him and asked if he would be willing to do an 'email interview'. He said, "Yes," and I put together a list of questions about his books, eschatology, and Biblical interpretation to send him.

I received those questions with their answers in my email today. So next Monday, look for this interview with Dr. Kim 'Riddleblogger' Riddlebarger here at Doxoblogy!


ThirstyDavid said...

In the interest of equal time, how about interviewing Jack Chick, too?

Steve Weaver said...

That's pretty cool stuff! I look forward to reading them!

I think you should interview Jack Chick, but I think he's in Spain researching for a new "Alberto" series.

Jeremy Weaver said...

I heard the Roman Catholic mafia had put a hit out on him.

I'll never be able to look at a priest and see any more than a cigar smoling, beer drinking, fornicating card player because of Jack Chick.

ThirstyDavid said...

Card player?! Nooooooooooooo!

pilgrim said...

Well here's a serious post--I appreciate Kim Riddlebarger's works in this area--His Case for Amillenialism is the best book of the sort.

I was already Amil leaning-but this book is extra affirmation.

Before I read that within a week or two I read Sproul's postmil book The Last Days according to Jesus & MacArthur's Historic premil The Second Coming--which differs greatly from Chick.

I aprreciated much with both books--as they are well written, but I was left with questions Riddlebarger's book answered.

I believe all 3 are my brothers in the Lord-but on endtimes I'll go with the Amil position.

D.J. Cimino said...

I am really looking forward to this...

bluecollar said...

I am now Amil leaning, thanks to this link of yours. Lots of food for thought.

Looking forward to that interview. I hope many of our Dispy friends read the link and the interview too.