MacArthur’s Millennial Manifesto: A Friendly Response by Samuel E. Waldron

MacArthur’s Millennial Manifesto: A Friendly Response by Samuel E. Waldron

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MacArthur’s Millennial Manifesto is Sam Waldron’s amillennial response to Dr. John MacArthur’s sermon entitled, “Why Every Self-Respecting Calvinist is a Premillennialist,” preached at the Shepherd’s Conference in 2007. Waldron interacts with the sermon point-by-point. A transcript of the sermon (provided by Grace Community Church/Grace to You) is included as one of the appendices. The book contains twenty-four brief, but very informative chapters dealing with such issues as:

  • Supersessionism and Replacement Theology
  • MacArthur versus Church History
  • The Israel of God
  • Who’s a Spiritualizer?
  • The Future of Physical Israel

172 pages
Published 2008

If you are interested in Reformed eschatology and hermeneutics you should read this book. This is the kind of book you will want to pass on to others.

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With charity, this book exposes the fallacies–historical, exegetical and theological–inherent in Dr. MacArthur’s presentation.

James M. Renihan, Ph.D.
Author of True Confessions: Baptist Documents in the Reformed Family

I highly recommend this book to all who are interested in this controversy.

Kim Riddlebarger, Ph.D.
Author of A Case for Amillennialism

…a gem. …Waldron makes a persuasive case against MacArthur’s unlikely claim that true Calvinists must subscribe to the tenets of dispensational premillennialism.

Cornelis P. Venema, Ph.D.
Author of The Promise of the Future

About the Author

Samuel E. Waldron, Ph.D., is a pastor of Heritage Baptist Church, Owensboro, KY, and serves as Dean and Professor of Systematic Theology at the Midwest Center for Theological Studies ( He is author of A Modern Exposition of the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith, The End Times Made Simple, To Be Continued, A Man as Priest in His Home (RBAP), Faith, Obedience, and Justification (RBAP), and A Reformed Baptist Manifesto (RBAP).