I read parts of it so far, and am still plowing through it, but it changed my eschatology from a dispensational, pre-trib, premillennial view to amillennial. It made so much more sense! The former tried to make the Bible say what they wanted while the amillennial position let the Bible speak for itself!
My worldview is shaped out of my millenialview. I have found the amillilenialview more consistant with scripture as it places an emphasis on the soverenty of God, where the other views seem to place the emphasis on the sovereignty of man and what man can or has to do to bring about the kingdom.
Kim Riddlebarger's clear and concise examination of each eschatological school in this book has greatly helped my wife and I. We have a better understanding of the Biblical evidences or lack thereof for each tradition. With this clarity we have had opportunities to share the wealth of knowledge of God's Word with others, both believers and nonbelievers alike. Much thanks to Kim Riddlebarger for this excellent resource, but much more thanks unto our Lord for having moved him to produce it.