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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!

7 comments:

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.