“Amillennialism from Augustine to Modern Times”

John F. Walvoord

Bibliotheca Sacra 106 (Oct-Dec 1949)

It is difficult to overestimate the importance of Augustine in the history of theology. Not only did his thinking crystallize the theology which preceded him, but to a large extent he laid the foundations for both Catholic and Protestant doctrine. B. B. Warfield, quoting Harnack, refers to Augustine as “incomparably the greatest man whom, ‘between Paul