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Wayne Jackson has a fairly
detailed examination of Premillennialism at his interesting Christian Courier site. He
also has a good general discussion of rapture/pre-millennial theory in
review/dismantling of the Left Behind series.
A concise run-down of several competing theories of Premillennial teaching can be found here.
A sample of one of the many defenses of Premillenialism on the web may be found in this example by David Burns.
Steve Rudd offers this Premillennialism Refuted Home page, in that inimitable Steve Rudd style. :) Speaking of this site, an article in this section, 14 ways that Premillennialism contradicts the Bible (written by Dave Willis) was reposted in this ezboard forum. I thought the post, and especially the responses to it interesting.
A treatment of Premillennialism by Wayne Wells is reposted here by Dr. Ken Matto. Dr. Matto seems pleased with Bro. Wells' treatment of the subject at hand, but he feels compelled to offer an editorial warning at the top of Bro. Wells' 'erroneous' teaching on a different topic. It's mildly amusing. Another useful article at this site, this one by Dr. Matto, examines whether the 1000-year reign of Christ is literal or figurative.
Here are some other links that I haven't looked into much yet. Note that the titles are not editorials on my part, but are taken from the pages themselves:
Some links on Margaret MacDonald, the 20-year-old charismatic who is frequently cited as the "mother" of the doctrine of the Rapture:
Comments? Let us hear them!