Dr. Sam Storms covers in detail the history and beliefs of the dispensational, pre-tribulation, pre-millennial viewpoint of eschatology (including a question and answer session).
Dr. Thomas Schreiner, professor of New Testament Interpretation at Southern Seminary (sbts.edu) respectfully unpacks postmillennialism, premillennialism and amillennialism. He puts forth several strong arguments for premillennialism and then brings in several competing arguments for amillennialism. (Postmillennialism is somewhat discounted before it gets out of the gate here.)
Understanding Revelation 20 and the Millennial Views: Premillennialism, Postmillennialism and Amillennialism
Does 1,000 years mean 1,000 years? How would the devil be bound? What is the first resurrection? What is the second death? Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller offers a quick look at Revelation 20, the millennium, and the amillennial view of the second coming.
The Reason 1000 is NOT to be Interpreted Literally
Pastor Jim McClarty claims that the number 1000 is used in a figurative way only when its being compared with a smaller number. This is exactly what we have in Revelation 20. Gary shows that the 1000 years is being compared to a short time (20:3). But the real comparison is found earlier in Revelation. The key is found in Rev. 20:4. Can you spot what’s being compared?
The Millenium as the Fulfillment of Israel’s Hope (by Steve Gregg)
Steve Gregg takes a look at the millennium (1000 year reign of Christ), which is very definitive in determining your whole outlook on eschatology.