Why eschatology matters (and hopefully making a comeback)

As you know, this blog is called The End Time, because we are in the end time. This is the period between Jesus' first and second comings, where He is building His church. When His church is complete, He will call the Church home. It take it as a duty given by command in the …

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Eschatology is not a fringe field of study but it attracts a wacky fringe element

I get excited as anyone about the thought of the rapture happening any minute. It has always been imminent, meaning, it could happen at any time without any particular circumstance HAVING to have happened first. Not like during the Tribulation where there is a specific series of chronological events, one preceding the other. Interest in …

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“Sorry I Never Knew You” – Should we sing about God’s judgments?

Eschatology: the part of theology concerned with death, judgment, and the final destiny of the soul and of humankind. Eschatology isn't taught much. Many preachers feel underqualified to preach it because their seminary shied away from educating their students on these important doctrines. Many other preachers (incorrectly) believe that the body of doctrines in eschatology …

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Re-Post: Paul said, “Be Not Ignorant!”

I wrote and posted this 6 years ago, in April 2011. It's even more true today, as masses of believers are ignorant of eschatology, spiritual gifts, and Israel's future. What's worse, they think that's OK. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Paul warned his readers in three different Epistles not to be ignorant of something. In all three cases, the …

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Announcing Publication of my new book: Prophecy In Grace

My next eBook in the series 'In Grace', the book "Prophecy In Grace", is available for purchase at the Amazon Kindle store! So excited! Here is the summary: Almost a third of the Bible is prophecy, and though some of it is fulfilled, much of remaining prophecy is unfulfilled. What is to come? Can we …

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