Many, many years ago, our church did a Wednesday-night Bible-study series on eschatology which lasted eleven months. After some introductory comments, we began by looking at several scriptures revealing the Biblical dichotomy between "this age"/"the age to come", "this age"/"that age", etc., showing that scripture knows of only two ages, this present evil age, and the New Heavens and New Earth, leaving no room for any third age or millennium.

Then, for the first major section of scripture to be studied, we looked not at Revelation as might be expected, nor even at Daniel, but rather at Matthew 24. The view presented was somewhat unusual, and the pastor said it was taken from a book titled "The Millenium: A Comprehensive Study of the Facts and Fancies of That Most Popular Doctrine" (note spelling: 'Millenium'), by Harry Reigart Miller. I have searched the Internet repeatedly for this book without success. The extremely little information I could find, seems to indicate that it has been out of print for a very long time, and does not seem to be available anywhere. Does anyone here have any knowledge of, or have even heard of, this book?


There is no such thing as preaching Christ and Him crucified, unless we preach what nowadays is called Calvinism. It is a nickname to call it Calvinism; Calvinism is the gospel, and nothing else. - C.H. Spurgeon