Archive for the ‘Dispensationalism’ Category

I have reconfigured the old blog in sequential order so that it is easier to navigate and reads more naturally. I will, as time permits, begin expanding and editing each post with more detail and some introductions that differ than the current ones. I will post on my Facebook page when a post has been […]


Eschatology Sunday School Class Audio mp3’s. This is for those that would like to listen to the initial class the whole blog/book was initially based upon. Week 1 – Eschatology 1 – Millennial Positions (Amillennialism & Postmillennialism) http://www.mediafire.com/?2tznezwmzjt Week 2 – Eschatology 2 – Millennial Positions (Historical Premillennialism & Dispensationalism Intro) http://www.mediafire.com/?nik2j2mz0yn Week 3 – […]


This is the planned introduction to the book version of the material found in this blog. It has been quite a long time since I was first encouraged to take my twenty-four week Sunday School class discussing the various Eschatological views and put them into written form. The series of classes has been available to […]


The Fellowship Hall of the Baptist Church I was raised in grew dark as the lights dimmed. I was seated cross-legged near the front of the hall as a bright light flickered from behind and the clicking noise of a movie projector started with a cough and began a steady chirping. I was seated next […]


Previously we discussed the initial purposes for even discussing eschatology as a subject and why many avoid it all together. The modern Church’s obsession with all things “apocalyptic” has made a more intelligent and doctrinal discussion on the matter more difficult. But, as we saw, Scripture is replete with passages dedicated to the subject and […]


What About All the “ologies?” As we continue our discussion as to how eschatology impacts other facets of our worldview and belief system, we now turn to a discussion of the doctrinal, theological and ecclesiological issues. Where previously we discussed a more sociological impact, here we look at the more basic underpinnings of the different […]


Millennial Views I was 16 years old, sitting in the first couple pews of the Baptist church I was raised in the day I learned two new words. I was a mini-expert in the field of eschatology, or so I assumed. I had read every tract on the rapture my church had it’s in foyer, […]