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MAL COUCH is founder and the former president of Tyndale Theological Seminary and Biblical Institute in Fort Worth, Texas. He previously taught at Philadelphia College of the Bible, Moody Bible Institute, and Dallas Theological Seminary. Dr.Couch's others publications include a "A Bible Handbook to Revelation"and "Dictionary of Premillennial Theology, "and" Blessed Hope: The Autobiography of John F.Walvoord ""
Mal Couch currently resides in Fort Worth FT.Worth, in the state of Texas.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Dictionary of Premillennial Theology?
Great Premillennial Reference Work Apr 21, 2001
This is a must for anyone who desires a better understanding of eschatology from a Dispensational perspective. It is an accurate, articulate, easy to use reference that can be used by scholar and laymen alike.
A Rare Gem! Jul 28, 1999
A concise but complete reference. Quickly becoming a "frequently used" eschatology source which does not sit idle on my shelf. Definitely a 'must buy' for those studying the Rapture. John O'Brien Baptist Missionary in Kharkov, Ukraine
A must have on any serious Christians' book shelf ! Dec 15, 1998
I've read this book cover to cover and found that this book is long over due for the serious disciple. The authors give a fair and complete treatment of the topics discussed with opposing views taken into consideration. I found this read to be very enjoyable and informative. I would highly recommend this book to seminary students and bible scholars as well as the committed Christian as a must have. I paid full price at the time of publishing, and it was worth every penny...this site's price is fair and reasonable for a long over due reference treatment of premillenial theology. Absolutely excellent book (but get the hard bound edition, this is no paper back by any means), you'll refer to it time and again.... enjoy. bob