Whitefield Media’s fourth volume in a series entitled, Dialogues in Theology. In this volume, Dr. Kenneth G. Talbot interviews Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. concerning the compatibility of Theonomy and Postmillennialism with historic, Reformed theology.
Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., Th.D. is an ordained minister (Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly), author of numerous books on theology, and a conference speaker who has spoken throughout America, in the Caribbean, and Australia. He is a conservative, evangelical, and Reformed Christian.
He holds a B.A. from Tennessee Temple University (Biblical Studies); the M.Div. from Reformed Theological Seminary (Pastoral Ministry); and the Th.M. and Th.D. from Whitefield Theological Seminary (New Testament).
He is married (since 1971) and has three married children (and several grandchildren): his daughter is an Executive Asst. for the president of a national clothing firm; his oldest son is a physicist working in nanotechnology in the Research Triangle in North Carolina; his youngest son is a Senior Manager CPA for one of the Big Four accounting firms).
He is a writer/researcher for American Vision. He pastors a Presbyterian Church in Greer, SC (LivingHopeSC.com). He is the Director of a non-profit Christian educational ministry: GoodBirth Ministries (GoodBirthMinistries.com). He has written or contributed to over thirty books, many of which deal with eschatological issues. He has been published by Zondervan, Baker, P&R, Kregel, American Vision, Nordskog, and several of other publishers.
He also has several professionally-produced educational videos available at his personal website: KennethGentry.com.
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