Definition of Premillenarians
1. premillenarian [n] - See also: premillenarian
Lexicographical Neighbors of Premillenarians
Literary usage of Premillenarians
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Coming of the Lord: Will it be Premillennial? by James Henry Snowden (1919)
"I. What Do premillenarians Mean by Watching? We begin the discussion of this point by inquiring, ..."
2. Whither?: A Theological Question for the Times by Charles Augustus Briggs (1889)
"They also seek to find premillenarians among the Westminster divines on the basis of ... There were several premillenarians in the Westminster Assembly. ..."
3. Socialism and the Ethics of Jesus by Henry Clay Vedder (1912)
"In the increasing misery of the workers he saw the sure sign of impending social revolution, just as the premillenarians see the signs of the speedy coming ..."
4. Socialism and the Ethics of Jesus by Henry Clay Vedder (1912)
"In the increasing misery of the workers he saw the sure sign of impending social revolution, just as the premillenarians see ..."
5. Christian Unity: Its Principles and Possibilities by Committee on the War, the Religious Outlook (United States) (1921)
"They are the liberal evangelicals and the premillenarians, each a more or less pervasive ... The premillenarians are avowed enemies of all liberalism. ..."
6. Library of Universal Knowledge: A Reprint of the Last (1880) Edinburgh and (1881)
"The first are called strictly premillenarians but in popular usage the title ... In this passage, therefore, those who are not premillenarians find no ..."
7. Outlines of Theology by Archibald Alexander Hodge (1866)
"Modern premillenarians, while differing among themselves as to the details of ... Hence they are called premillenarians, because they believe the advent of ..."
8. The Coming of the Lord by John Chambers Rankin (1885)
"IN the progress of this investigation we have not discovered any such coming or kingdom as premillenarians believe in. Both negatively and positively their ..."