About the author

John Christopher (“Jay”) Rogers is the editor of The Forerunner, a publication dealing with Christian worldview; the founder of the Russian language newspaper, Predvestnik, in Kiev, Ukraine; producer of several videos with Reel to Real Ministries; and president of Media House International of Melbourne, Florida.

Jay was born in Washington D.C. on June 24, 1962, the feast day of John the Baptist, the “Forerunner.” He grew up in Framingham, Massachusetts, a town in the Boston metropolitan area. Jay is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, B.A. in English and Psychology. He became a certified high school English teacher shortly after his conversion to Christianity in 1985. He taught high school English before becoming a full-time Christian newspaper editor in 1989.

In 1993, Jay Rogers founded Media House International, a Christian foundation which seeks to train university students world-wide to produce Christian media in their own nations. In 1995, Jay bought a house in Melbourne, Florida directly across the street from one of America’s most well-known and controversial abortion clinics. He has been involved with pro-life ministries since 1988.

Jay’s vision for ministry is primarily for Revival and Reformation — to restore the rich heritage of the New England Puritans to Christians in America, and to revive the teaching of a victorious eschatology in the Church worldwide.

He now lives in central Florida with his wife Kalia.


The Four Keys to the Millennium

Jay Rogers, Larry Waugh, Rodney Stortz, Joseph Meiring

Foundations in Biblical Eschatology

All Christians believe that their great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, will one day return. Although we cannot know the exact time of His return, what exactly did Jesus mean when he spoke of the signs of His coming (Mat. 24)? How are we to interpret the prophecies in Isaiah regarding the time when “the earth will be full of the knowledge of the LORD as the waters cover the sea” (Isa. 11:19)? Should we expect a time of great tribulation and apostasy or revival and reformation before the Lord returns? Is the devil bound now, and are the saints reigning with Christ? Did you know that there are four hermeneutical approaches to the book of Daniel and Revelation?

These and many more questions are dealt with by four authors as they present the four views on the millennium. Each view is then critiqued by the other three authors.

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I wrote this series for a book that was published in the Republic of South Africa. The book is a compilation by four Christians (two in Africa and two in the USA) who have put the four major eschatological viewpoints into laymen’s terms.

Each author stated his view in response to a series of questions about eschatology (the end-times). Then each author responded to the three other views in a rebuttal. While I do not have permission to publish on the web the three other authors’ articles, I am able to offer here my own viewpoint and my rebuttals to the three other views. The positions held forth by the amillennial, historic premillennial and dispensational premillennial authors are implicit in my rebuttals. If you want to read the whole book, you can order it here.

1 Comment

Your efforts to refute Dispensationalism and premillennialism are a total failure, and a graphic illustration of very illogical thinking and undisciplined research. Straw man after Straw man is advanced, and, like Tom, the Piper’s son, you think you have done something important.

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