• Come, Lord Jesus by Patrick Lennox

    When it comes to eschatology, there are two types of people that I do not want to be numbered among. There are those who avoid reading the book of Revelation because they are convinced they will never understand it, and …Read More

  • Secular Eschatology by Gene Edward Veith

    The Bible teaches that the universe had a beginning and that it will have an end. Christians believe this, though controversies about eschatology (the end times) have long roiled in Christian circles. It illustrates how profoundly the Bible has influenced …Read More

  • The First and Second Resurrection by Dennis Johnson

    In a second perspective on the “thousand years” following the binding of Satan, John saw thrones and the judges who occupied them, the souls of those who had been beheaded for staying true to Jesus (Rev. 20:4–6). These souls “came …Read More

  • Last Things First by R.C. Sproul Jr.

    Last things last, that’s what I used to say. It seemed to me that there were plenty of difficult theological issues for us to wade through without having to worry about the end times. We all agree, after all, that …Read More

  • Last Things First by Anthony Carter

    It is a commonly held notion among Christians today that if you want to avoid an argument in polite Christian company, don’t talk about eschatology. Well, the sentiment to avoid arguing with a Christian brother or sister may be commendable, …Read More

  • The Eternal Priesthood by Robert Rothwell

    When I was sixteen years old I became convinced that I was not going to be around much longer. Now before you jump to the conclusion that I had become obsessed with my own demise, I should give the reason …Read More

  • The Apocalypse by Keith Mathison

    The book of Revelation seems to lend itself to either obsession or neglect. In the first church I attended as a new Christian, our pastor preached through the entire book of Revelation at least twice in a two-year span of …Read More

  • Complacent Repentance by Burk Parsons

    I love to hear stories about our faithful forefathers in ages past, and while it may be mere legend, I have heard that the great nineteenth-century British pastor Charles Spurgeon posted a sign on the door of his study. Each time …Read More

  • King of Kings by Iain Campbell

    In the beginning was the Word.” With these majestic words, John opens his gospel, in which he gives us his account of the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, all designed that his readers will believe that Jesus …Read More

  • Y1K by Keith Mathison

    As the end of the tenth century approached and the year 1000 loomed closer and closer, how did Christians react? Were they convinced that the end was near? Was there fear? Hope? A mixture of both? In the nineteenth century, …Read More

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