Could Jesus come at any time?

Pastor Joe’s began teaching through Revelation on Sunday. In line with that, here’s a good concise explanation (from this book) of what we mean when we say that Jesus’ coming is imminent… It is important that the difference between “immediate”...

When Will Injustice be Fixed?

On Monday we studied Revelation 20:11-15, which records John’s vision of the judgement at the Great White Throne. Here are some further thoughts from Thomas Oden, answering this question: Why must the ultimate judgement for humans happen at the very end of...

Details on the Millennium

Tonight we’re going to study Revelation chapter 20 together. It’s such a big subject, that I decided to repost some information from a study guide I use for my high school classes on the Millennium. The main points are below (I recommend looking up all the...

Resources for Studying Revelation

As we study through the Book of Revelation on Monday nights, we’re going at a fast enough pace that we’re not  to spend time on some of the more complex details in the book, or on the discussions that have surrounded the book throughout church history....

Some Crucial End-Times Info

Maybe the Bible’s doctrine of the end-times (“eschatology” in theological speak) isn’t something you think about regularly… but maybe we should, more? Like we noted in the previous post, certainly Jesus and the Apostles expected us to...

Why Shouldn’t We Discuss Eschatology?

As the Apostles wrote the New Testament, under the inspiration of the Spirit, they emphasized the return of Jesus–that it was a reality, that it was to be expected, and that it was to be applying a good, purifying and clarifying kind of pressure to all our...