A book made from sheets of lead was recently discovered in Jordan that could shed early light on the doctrine of premillennialism. The "book" was in the possession of a Bedouin family, that supposedly had been kept for about 100 years as a family treasure.
The book is a surprise in that it is indeed a "book," with lead pages and bound by lead rings. Most books of ancient times were actually scrolls rather than in what we now see as book forms. While written in ancient Hebrew, the book is supposed to be a Christian volume that originally came from Israel and had been taken over to Jordan, though a lot of this is speculation.
As far as scholars can make out at this point the book is about the coming, the return of Israel's Messiah. This would prove the premillennial message of the Bible. Many believe the book was written a short time after the resurrection of Christ. Remember, the Bible IS premillennial AND dispensational! One cannot escape those facts!
—Dr. Mal Couch (4/11)