Is the resurgence in Postmillenialism coming from a newer take on the doctrine or a rediscovering of it back in the 1600s-1700s? Writers such as Keith Matheison makes post-mill sound somewhat like a-mill, except with the distinction of post-mill being optimistic and a-mill being pessimistic. They do not emphasize the 'golden era' before the rapture. Can we say they have introduce a new doctrine on post-millenialism and should be referred to with a new name (not just post-mill), such as the dispensationalist did with pre-mill. We have the historic pre-mill and the dispensational pre-mill doctrines.

John Chaney

"having been firmly rooted and now being built up in Him and established in your faith . . ." Colossians 2:7