Eschatology is a fancy theological term for the study of the end times and the second coming of Christ. While there are many schools of thought, we don’t fall into any of the popular ones. Instead, we take the Scripture at face value, using it to interpret itself. Unlike other schools, our eschatology is not difficult. We start with the teachings of the Apostle Paul, then Christ’s, and finally the prophetical books.
Our approach is simple. Just as we find that Paul teaches us the truths of the gospel in plain language, he does the same for Christ’s return. Once we firmly grasp what Paul teaches, then we can properly understand what Christ teaches. Lastly, building on this foundation, we can then tackle the prophets – beginning with the book of Revelations, and then moving onto the OT prophets. Only by this approach can we come to learn the plain meaning that has eluded so many who have not employed this unique method.
You should read the following articles (hyperlinks will replace their titles as they are written) in order, in order to properly grasp their meaning. Each one builds on the one before. In this way, everyone can at last understand prophecies that have been so elusive until now.
Table of Contents
- Introduction – what is Eschatology and Popular Theories
- The errors of “Pre-Trib” eschatology
- Our approach – 1st Paul, 2nd Jesus, 3rd Revelations, 4th OT prophets
- Pauline eschatology
- The last days according to Jesus
- The book of Revelation’s – overview
- The signs of the times – Rev. chapter 6
- The tribulation – Rev. chapter 7
- God’s wrath – Rev. chapter 8 & 9
- Past events/prophecies fulfilled – Rev. chapter 12
- The beast and his mark – Rev. chapter 13 & 14
- More plagues – Rev. chapter 16
- The whore and her children – Rev. chapter 17 & 18
- Who is Israel?
- What is the Temple?