Tag Archives: eschatology

Actively Waiting with the Right Attitude

If you’ve been following along with my dilettante effort to understand the twenty-fourth chapter of Matthew, then you’ll slide right in to these words. If not, you may want to check them out here, here, here, here, here, here, and here (wow!). … Continue reading

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Bringing in the End with a Cup of Coffee

“No more caffeine?!?” “It really is the end of the world!!” (My wife’s words to her doctor) Imagine if someone told you today that Christianity had officially become obsolete. Consider your response to a message to abandon its precepts because they are … Continue reading

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It’s the End of the World as We Know It

And the people bowed and prayed To the neon god they made And the sign flashed out its warning In the words that it was forming And the sign said, “The words of the prophets are written on the subway … Continue reading

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Leaning… a little too far

When is Jesus going to return? Has He already returned? What’s all this talk of a rapture, an anti-christ, and a millennium? What does the Bible teach about the end of it all as we know it? First… some balance. … Continue reading

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Peter Warns Me… but do I Listen?

Peter, sharing of an event described as a time when the heavens and the earth would be consumed by fire, alludes to Paul’s teachings… “…as he does in all his letters when he speaks in them of these matters. There … Continue reading

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