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from 12th Annual G. Campbell Morgan Theology Conference
by Mark R Saucy
March 23, 2013
Dr. Mark Saucy begins his discussion of eschatology by considering the questions it seeks to answer. He explains Irenaeus' description of eschatology as "recapitulation": God is reconciling all thi...
from BBST 458: Theology of Mission
by Allen L Yeh
February 26, 2013
Dr. Allen Yeh discusses various aspects of eschatology. He explains dispensationalism and covenant theology, the millennial doctrines, and pre- and post-tribulation views of the rapture. Yeh urges ...
from CSAP 527: Hermeneutics & Bible Study Methods (Shin)
by Benjamin C Shin
May 14, 2012
Professor Ben Shin examines spiritual gifting as described in Ephesians 4 and eschatology as described in Revelation.
by Rodrick Gilbert
March 12, 2014
Pastor Rodrick Gilbert speaks about the nature of missions and how Christians ought to approach reaching the world with the gospel. He explains that missions hastens the day of Christ's return and ...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2011
by Philip Ryken
November 7, 2011
Philip Ryken confronts the beliefs of specific end dates of the rapture. Ryken dives into scripture giving instruction and insight on the coming kingdom of God.
from Talbot Chapels: Fall 2013
by Joel Rosenberg
November 5, 2013
Author Joel Rosenberg explains the importance of prophecy through an understanding of the Bible and God's redemptive plan. He looks at Ezekiel's prophecy of the valley of dry bones and explains how...
November 9, 2011
Philip Ryken goes into detail about how our lives should be led each day regardless of the day of the return of the Kingdom.
from CSAP 527: Hermeneutics & Bible Study Methods (Russell)
by Walter Russell
December 1, 2011
Dr. Walt Russell explains exegetical principles for understanding the book of Revelation, then facilitates a debate on Revelation 3:20.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
by Edward W. Klink III
August 26, 2012
Dr. Edward Klink preaches about Jesus' statement on the end times in Matthew 25. He shows that the passage is focused specifically on the church, which speaks to the gravity of being involved in th...
from G. Campbell Morgan Theology Conference
March 12, 2011
Dr. Mark Saucy discusses cosmic and personal eschatology. He shows that the future of humanity is to reign in God's kingdom, fulfilling the purpose set out at creation.