Now that we have looked at several end-time issues, it’s time to wrap up our study of eschatology. Let’s take a second to remember all we’ve discussed and then tie it all together. In Part 1 we introduced the series with an overview of the issues. In Part 2 we focused on the rapture. TheContinue reading “Eschatology: What Have We Learned?”
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How Should I Interpret the Book of Revelation?
I think it goes without saying that no book in the Bible has been subject to a more varied interpretation than the sixty-sixth one: Revelation. Those in Christian circles either love it, or fear it. They either read it all the time, or not at all. But those who have read it (including myself), orContinue reading “How Should I Interpret the Book of Revelation?”
What Do You Need to Know About Hell?
Welcome to Part 4 of this blog series on eschatology. So far we have had an introductory post and have dealt with the topics of the rapture and the millennium. Today we will turn our attention to hell and eternal punishment. Who knew there was more than one view concerning hell? Haven’t you seen theContinue reading “What Do You Need to Know About Hell?”
What is the Millennium?
In Part 1 we surveyed the issues surrounding eschatology. Part 2 focused on the timing of the rapture. Now in Part 3 we will turn our attention to the millennium. The “millennium” refers to a one thousand (1,000) year period, more specifically, the 1,000 year period mentioned in Revelation 20:1-6. “1 Then I saw anContinue reading “What is the Millennium?”
When Will The Rapture Take Place?
In Part 1 of this series, we discussed the major issues surrounding end-time events. In Part 2 we will focus our attention on the rapture. As mentioned in Part 1, the term “rapture” is never actually used in Scripture, but the concept is. While consoling the believers in Thessalonica concerning their fellow church members whoContinue reading “When Will The Rapture Take Place?”
In the Greek language, the word eschatos means “last.” Hence the theological field known as “eschatology” refers to the study of last things, or the study of the end of time. Now there are many theological issues that create debate, but there is no bigger debate than when it comes to eschatology. As a Christian,Continue reading “Eschatological Confusion”