What is the Eschatological Impact on Salvation?
August 4th, 2011 | Eschatology | No Comment
Eschatological Impact on Salvation What is the eschatological impact on salvation? The first time I encountered the word eschatological was in the eighties during an eschatology (from which the word is derived) seminar. What is eschatology? The best way to define eschatology is by breaking the world down into its two major component parts. Eschatos means last or final. Logos means word or study. Taken together it is the word or study of last things. Those last things, biblically speaking refer to the return of Christ, commonly in both Jewish eschatology and Christian eschatology. Obviously, former group do not believe that Jesus has come ...
Adam’s Death in Genesis
June 17th, 2011 | Homepage Slide Full Width | No Comment
Adam's Death In Genesis Adam's death in Genesis causes no small confusion among Theologians and believers who want to understand the meaning of their salvation.
Leftbehind And The Tribulation Period
June 9th, 2010 | Preterism | 6 Comments
Leftbehind and the Tribulation Period Some of the most popular Leftbehind books on eschatology are based on the mythological teaching of a future Rapture of the saints on earth. The future Tribulation Period teaching books by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins have steered so many in the wrong direction regarding the end times. The idea that God will one day en mass remove all Christians from the earth is totally unfounded in Scripture. In fact, it is diametrically opposite to what the Biblical text says. The principle which must be kept in mind is that we're discussing judgment passages. Christ did not leave ...
Dispensational Truth – Is It Premillennial?
June 7th, 2010 | Dispensational Truth | No Comment
Many believe the Bible describes several periods called dispensations. Dispensational Truth - Is It Premillennial? What did Paul have in mind when he used this term in Eph. 1:10? "That in the dispensation of the fullness of the times He might gather together in one all things in Christ, both which are in heaven and which are on earth--in Him? To answer this question, we must analyze two important points in the text. First, we ask, what is the "fullness of the times?" According to the Galatians letter, this refers to the period of the Law of Moses. But when the ...
Is Obama the Antichrist?
May 9th, 2010 | Antichrist | 15 Comments
Is Obama the Antichrist? Is Obama the Antichrist? This question is part of a phenomenon which started during the presidential campaign of President Barack Obama. However, it continues to be asked several times everyday by people around the country. Some undoubtedly believe that the president is the Antichrist. Others do not. Can we know for sure? The Antichrist is Quite Easy to Identify Of all the subjects in the Bible, the Antichrist is not that difficult to figure out. In fact, it only takes a couple of minutes to solve the mystery. However, you won't find the answer in Left Behind Novels. Those ...