Here are two delightful quotes from a "ministries" website. I'll change the name to protect the guilty:
"Dr.---------" observed that as churches turned from a premillennial doctrinal view of prophecy to an amillennial/covenant position, they lost their sense of purpose and direction. Evangelism and mission programs declined and disappeared. Over time, the local church died of its own making, largely due to their change in understanding of the role of Israel, prophecy, and the church.That's exactly what happened in my own country Wales. The theological colleges were infected with amillennialism and the decline set in. Or was it liberalism that caused the decline? I'm a bit hazy on my church history. And of course the great Welsh preachers Daniel Rowland and Howell Harris, through whom thousands came to faith, were known for travelling all over the land with their end times charts. And is it not well known that Princeton Seminary dissuaded countless numbers of zealous preachers from going overseas by using the old "covenant theology mind trick"?
And this is full of insight too:
Many churches lack sufficient background to counter the challenges by movements, such as the purpose-driven church, the emerging church, post-modernism theology, Replacement Theology, etc., all are the result of the amillennial view of history.Didn't Don Carson say something similar in Becoming Conversant with the Emergent?
So there you have it. And don't by the book in the picture above, the author is clearly a very deluded individual. He's probably into emerging church too.