The Fall of Pentecostal Premillennialism (teaching notes)

I've decided to publish my “teaching notes” or perhaps “leftovers” that I had prepared along with my paper on the Christocentric experience of Pentecostal eschatology, for it has grown to the visage and depth of a standalone paper. It sort of picks up the threads of my previous paper and expands them in some further deliberations.

In this paper, I basically want to demonstrate that the demise of Pentecostal dispensationalism along with some further contemporary factors are removing the bedrock upon which Pentecostal premillennialism was standing, which is why it is being currently downplayed as the core Pentecostal eschatological doctrine. By the end, I propose that Pentecostal eschatology should still remain premillennial.