Category Archives: Eschatology

Biblical study of the end times, or last things.

Evidence from Revelation 20

The 13th chapter of The Coming Millennial Kingdom is titled Evidence from Revelation 20, penned by Harold W. Hoehner.  Overall this was a very good chapter.  But here is the primary mention of the millennial kingdom in the entire scriptures.  … Continue reading

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Evidence From I Corinthians 15

The 12th chapter in The Coming Millennial Kingdom is titled Evidence from I Corinthians 15 written by D. Edmond Hiebert.  This is one of the shortest chapters in the book.  The author sets forth a pretty convincing case based on … Continue reading

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The Views of Dr. Alan Hultberg

With the release of Three Views on the Rapture, Alan Hultberg has been thrust to the forefront of the PreWrath position.  For some time, I think many have wondered how the PreWrath position stacks up in relation to the PreTrib … Continue reading

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Three Views on the Rapture ~ Summary

With the recent rerelease of Zondervan’s latest edition of Three Views on the Rapture, people are bound to ask the big question, “So who won the debate?”  After any debate, critics from all sides will appear out of the woodwork … Continue reading

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Evidence from Romans 9-11

The eleventh chapter in The Coming Millennial Kingdom is entitled Evidence from Romans 9-11 and is authored by S. Lewis Johnson, Jr.  There were some good points in this essay, but overall I was disappointed.  I kept thinking to myself … Continue reading

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Will There Be an End-Time Revival?

The quarterly publication, Watching and Waiting, put out by Sovereign Grace Advent Testimony, primarily focuses on the end times.  Sometimes there are other points of focus.  For instance, in this past issue, there was an article titled Prayer and Revival … Continue reading

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Where are my hands?

I take the comics way too seriously.  One of my up and coming favorites is Brewster Rockit.  This guy is the unlikely captain of the spaceship R.U.Sirius.  He has had so many mind wipes by aliens that there’s really not … Continue reading

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Two responses to the posttrib position

The first response to the posttrib position is written by Craig Blaising coming from a pretrib point of view, but perhaps more importantly he writes from a Progressive Dispensational point of view.  This is important because much of the Historicist viewpoint that Douglas … Continue reading

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A Case for the Posttribulational Rapture by Douglas Moo

The third rapture position presented in the latest version of Zondervan’s book entitled Three Views on the Rapture is the Posttribulational Rapture view.  It is written by Douglas Moo who is well known for his scholarship in other areas and … Continue reading

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Two responses to the prewrath position

The two responses to the prewrath position are worth studying in themselves.  I point out that prewrath is making somewhat of a debut in this edition of Zondervan’s book.  The last edition included the pretrib view, the midtrib view, and … Continue reading

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