These are all from an Amillennial perspective, which I am trying to grasp better. I was taught the Pre-Millennial, Pre-tribulational view as a young Christian and in seminary, I came to the Post-Tribulational view of the Rapture (that the Rapture and 2nd Coming of Christ are one unified event, not separated by 7 years of tribulation), but since then, I find a lot of value and blessing from reading from the Partial Preterist view of much of Matthew 24 and the book of Revelation, chapters 6-18 (R. C. Sproul , Ken Gentry, Gary DeMar) (see my earlier article here), Post-Millennial views (Ken Gentry and others), and Amillennial views. I see strengths and weaknesses in all of these views. All Biblical Christians agree that Jesus is coming again in the future, at the end of time, and that there will be a resurrection of the dead; a judgment day (Hebrews 9:27; Revelation 20:10-15), and an eternal state (the new heavens and the new earth- Revelation chapters 21-22, and that all true believers go to heaven, and unbelievers will go to hell. (Revelation 20:10-15)
Dr. Vern Poythress
Pastor Voddie Baucham – click on the next ones in the side bar on You Tube. Unfortunately, it appears not every passage / sermon / verses has been recorded or uploaded to You Tube. But it does have some to the end of the book.
Pastor Sam Storms
Amillennialism: (Greg Beale and Thomas Schreiner and see others, charts and other sources)
Pastor Kim Riddlebarger: (go to side bar to see all the sermons and articles on Revelation and Amillennialism)