Does anyone know of a good bible commentary / commentaries that are authored by someone with a pre-trib rapture perspective? I'm not just speaking in regards to commentary on the prophetic scriptures, but the entire bible.
I have J Vernon McGee’s full set on my kindle that I bought on Amazon a long time back. I love it. I need to explore the one Adrian mentioned by Dave Guzik. I like having a few different points of view that are easy to understand.
Case in point. Our pastors takes no firm stance on end times interpretation, but indirectly teach amillennialism in my opinion. Yesterday, one of them was preaching on Malachi 3 and the two advents, the second advent of course being the second coming. There was no distinction in the sermon that these words regarding that second advent didn't apply to us as we won't be here. References as "He will purify the Levites", "the offerings of Judah and Jerusalem", and "That is why I have not destroyed you members of Jacob’s family" all indicate these passages apply to Jews and nonbelievers. I'd like to have a reliable commentary or two to check and see if I'm interpreting correctly and for the commentary to expound on the passage.
It also makes me wonder how an amillennial perspective might skew teachings on other passages of scripture even when they aren't directly prophetic in nature.
David Guzik's EnduringWord.com online commentary is good as others mentioned. Also, Thomas Constable's full Bible commentary which is at www.planobiblechapel.org . Both are online and free. Constable is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary. His is a more detailed work than Guzik's, but both are scripturally solid.