Tag: eschatology

Common Questions of Amillenialism. #Ed. 3

The is the third post in this series, to see the first click here and to see the second click here. What is the Amil interpretation of Ezekiel 40-48, since it clearly implies a future temple? This is a great question since discussions on the temple come up regularly, especially in light of the dispensational expectation of…

Common Questions of Amillenialism. #Ed. 2

The is the second post in this series, to see the first click here. Since I want to keep these posts brief and accessible I have limited how much I will answer on each question. Today I am only answering one question, as only one came up as a result of the last post. Again,…

Common Questions of Amillenialism. #Ed. 1

Amillenialism (Amil’s) has been roughly marginalized in the modern evangelical church. So much of Evangelicalism is influenced by America, which since the First World War has been dominated by Dispensationalism (if these labels mean nothing to you, don’t worry, keep reading, and you will pick it up). There are different groups in Chrisendom who are…

Who is the Antichrist?

Who is the antichrist? Will we know him when he comes? Hollywood seems to have him figured out with movies like “The Omen”. But what does the Bible say about this shrouded figure that people fear so much? To most Christians’ surprise, the word antichrist does not appear in the book of Revelation, from which…

End Time Pessimism

Does your attitude affect how you live? Most Christians I know seem to have a rather pessimistic attitude, I find it even in myself, possibly this stems from our expectation of the end of the world. But no matter what your view of the end times, we live in a culture which has been so…

The Olivet Discourse – Matthew 24

It has been on my mind for awhile to deal with the whole issue of eschatology, and to be honest, as I approached the issue, I began to realize how little I understand. The more I read various views (which initially seemed rather convincing) the more I began to realize that none really answers all…