Lord have mercy.
Once upon a time there was a man who was alive.
My suggestion: Someone out there should write an amillenial end-times thriller, er, novel, or something; a good solid postmillenialist thriller (he he) is also in order. Actually, if I were to pick a good literary metaphor for the end-time (the very end) run of amillenialism (see chart), I think the seige of Minas Tirith in the Lord of the Rings would be an apt one. The great city is surrounded by enemies upon the plain, her walls are being breached, but just as the darkness seems heaviest, the King comes, unexpected and unlooked for. He drives his enemies before him and raises the seige.
LaHaye: New End Times Thriller Teaches 'Ridiculous' ViewsTyndale Defends Choice to Publish Hanegraaff's Preterist Series
Tyndale's decision to publish The Last Disciple came as a total surprise to LaHaye, who has a long history with Tyndale. "I was shocked beyond words, just stunned," he says, "when I saw this from this publisher. See, I was their first writer -- Spirit-Controlled Temper was my first book. And they've held the pre-trib position for 40 years. That's why I went to them."
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The well-known Christian theologian says hearing preterists promote this "nonsense" causes him to respond, "You mean we're living in the millennium? What a shock! Or that Satan is bound? -- Good grief! Can you imagine the surprise of the apostles and others, to think that Satan is bound? Then, who's doing all the mischief in this world?"