If you were to name a theologian or biblical scholar who represents the most cogent "counter-case" to your own eschatology, who would it be? For me--depending on where I am at the moment--the following: 1. If I were a premillennialist, then most formidable amillennialist on a popular level would be Riddlebarger. On a scholarly level, of course, Beale. 2. If I were an amillennialist facing postmils, I would probably say David Chilton. 2a. If I were an amillennialist facing premils, on a popular level it would be Paul Henebury. On a scholarly level it would be either Bock or Blaising. 3. If I were postmil, the same.