Tag: Eschatology (End Times)

Eschatology (End Times)

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  • Understanding Four Views On The Lords Supper


    Four different ways Christians understand the Lord’s Supper-Baptist view (memorialism), Reformed (spiritual presence), Lutheran (consubstantiation), and Roman Catholic (transubstantiation)-are fairly represented and debated to provide readers with an opportunity to draw their own conclusion on this important Christian institution.

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  • Because The Time Is Near


    Why study the mysterious writings in Revelation? Does the end of the story really matter? No book in Scripture has been more misunderstood or misinterpreted than John’s prophecy. MacArthur removes doubt and the cloud of obscurity to reveal the only New Testament text that includes a promised spiritual blessing for those who heed its message.

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  • 4 Views Of The End Times Pamphlet


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    Four Views of the End Times pamphlet

    So what does the Bible actually say about the end times leading up to the return of Jesus Christ? Historically, four views have predominated Christianity’s understanding. Finally, those four views are explained and illustrated in simple terms.

    Each view includes a definition of the position with its main points, supporting Scriptures, the time period for the view’s main popularity, and Christian leaders supporting that view.
    Positions covered:
    – Dispensational Premillennialism
    – Amillennialism
    – Postmillennialism
    – Historic Premillennialism

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  • Millennialism : The Two Major Views (Reprinted)


    Millennialism: The Two Major Views, a 400-page paperback classic by Dr. Charles Feinberg, has just been re-issued by BMH Books and is now shipping. Feinberg carefully and systematically lays out the biblical interpretation systems for both the Premillennial and Amillennial views. Alva J. McClain says, The author’s approach and method is primarily biblical; that is, his appeal is to Scripture rather than to subsequent church Fathers and scholarly opinion, although the latter is not ignored.

    The book has 20 chapters, and the author begins with a discussion of biblical interpretation, dispensationalism and covenantism, and then analyzes both the premillennial and amillenial systems of thought, ending with seven chapters of comparison and conclusion.

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  • End Times (Reprinted)


    The End Times by Herman A. Hoyt, has been re-issued by BMH Books with updated cover material.

    An investigation of what is to come, the book guides the reader through 12 understandable, in-depth chapters. The author delves into the controversy of the end times, dealing primarily with premillennial, pretribulation eschatology, yet giving consideration to conflicting viewpoints. It is a well-documented and understandable guide to the end times and is used extensively as a text in Bible colleges, Bible institutes, and seminaries.

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  • Understanding End Times Prophecy (Revised)


    Bible prophecy continues to fascinate, nevermore than in troubled times of war and natural disasters. But why study Bible prophecy? What does it mean if a person is premillenial or amillenial, believes in the Rapture, or knows who or what the Beast of Revelation is? Benware’s framework for understanding Bible prophecy is based on the four biblical covenants: Abrahamic, Palestinian, Davidic, and New. This book is a reference for seminary and college students, and those curious about the various views of end times prophetic events and biblical proof behind them.

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  • Hell Under Fire


    What is the final destiny of those who don’t believe in Christ? Combatting resurgent universalism and annihilationism, these esteemed contributors (e.g., Daniel Block, Gregory Beale, Sinclair Ferguson, J.I. Packer) insist that the biblical position remains clear and unambiguous.

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  • Revelation 20 And The Millennial Debate


    Often quoting the propronents of each view regarding premillennialism, amillennialism, and postmillennialism, this book summarizes and contrasts the arguments of the three positions as they relate to Revelation 20. Though premillennial in its conclusions, it provides a valuable and clear resource as to how each school of prophecy deals with this watershed passage.

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  • Other Side Of The Good News


    In a time of Christian confusion and evangelical erosion, Jesus’ teaching about the destiny of the wicked needs to be emphasized. Is there a biblical doctrine of hell or are Christians free to hold a variety of viewpoints on this issue?

    In this book Larry Dixon examines many of the current theories on hell and encourages the reader to take the Bible’s teaching on Hell as seriously as Jesus Christ did in order to tell people the Good News that we know so that they won’t spend eternity on The Other Side of the Good News.

    Dixon looks at three alternative views to the traditional doctrine of hell, universalism, annihilationism and post-mortem conversion. In the last chapter he asks Does it make any difference what view Christians hold about the Other Side? and Can there be alternative positions within the church?

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  • There Really Is A Difference


    This volume focuses on the differences between the Covenant and Dispensational systems of theology and examines their diverse approaches to such issues as: — God’s Ultimate Purpose for History– God’s Program for the Nation of Israel– The Significance of Several Key Biblical Covenants– The Nature and Beginning of the Church– The Christian’s Relationship to the Mosaic Law and GraceThe book is written in easy-to-understand, non-technical language and has received favorable response from lay people, pastors, students, and reviewers.

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  • Greatness Of The Kingdom


    The Greatness of the Kingdom, Dr. Alva J. McClain’s penetrating analysis of the Kingdom of God as taught in both the Old and New Testaments, has just been republished in a handsome hardback, dust jacket edition by BMH Books of Winona Lake, IN.

    Dr. McClain, who was the founding president of Grace Theological Seminary, was a member of the Scofield Reference Bible Revision Committee and a charter member of the Evangelical Theological Society. The newly-republished McClain book is the first in a series of new books and updated reprints that will be forthcoming from the revitalized BMH Books, a division of the Brethren Missionary Herald Co.

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  • Progressive Dispensationalism


    Summarizes recent developments in dispensational thought and treats major biblical themes according to this interpretive framework.

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