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"...if anyone makes the assistance of grace depend on the humility or obedience of man and does not agree that it is a gift of grace itself that we are obedient and humble, he contradicts the Apostle who says, "What have you that you did not receive?" (1 Cor. 4:7), and, "But by the grace of God I am what I am" (1 Cor. 15:10). (Council of Orange: Canon 6)


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Revelation Chapters 19-22

Evangelical Movement of Wales - Aber Conference 2016

Joel Beeke - Revelation 19 - The Great Marriage and the Great King's Return


Joel Beeke - Revelation 20 - The Great Millennium and the Great White Throne


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December 05, 2016  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

The Two Ages in Clear Focus

In this, the third in a teaching series on eschatology, we start with the clear words of Jesus regarding the two ages, and conclude that under scrutiny, of the three main views prevalent in our day, only one seems to remain intact. That is quite a claim, but here is why.

Text: Various New Testament References

October 28, 2016  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

The Two Ages

The basic floor plan of the two ages (this age and the age to come) exhausts all time and eternity.

September 29, 2016  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

Eschatology - the Big Picture

Eschatology - the study of last things, is a subject that has divided Bible believers throughout the centuries. Sadly, respect and maturity in handling these differences are not the normal experience in Christian circles. So, when it comes to what the Bible teaches, there is a great amount of information that is both clear and certain. This is our starting point in this important series.

September 23, 2016  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

Eschatology - A Comprehensive Historical and Theological Overview

As an amazing gift to the wider Body of Christ, Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary are very kindly and generously making their entire 17 course lectures on eschatology available free of charge online. This course, taught by Dr. Sam Waldron, is outstanding, giving a comprehensive overview of the subject from both an historical and theological perspective. I recommend the series wholeheartedly and pray that God will use it to further the cause of His truth in the midst of much deception in our own day. - Pastor John Samson, King's Church, Peoria, AZ

The first three lectures cover something of an historical overview of the Church concerning eschatology. This is a very helpful foundation for our understanding. To know that we are engaging in a conversation that has been going on for centuries, gives us a knowledge of the structure of the debate, setting the boundaries for what is and what is not to be regarded as 'heresy', as well as a right and appropriate sense of humility as we approach the Scriptures ourselves.

HISTORICAL INTRODUCTIONS—THE GREAT CONVERSATION!

Lecture 1: Eschatology in the Early and Medieval Church


ST27 01 | Doctrine of Last Things from CBTS on Vimeo.

Lecture 2:


ST27 02 | Doctrine of Last Things from CBTS on Vimeo.


Lecture 3: Eschatology in the Reformation and Modern Church


ST27 03 | Doctrine of Last Things from CBTS on Vimeo.

STRUCTURAL CONSIDERATIONS—ESCHATOLOGY MADE SIMPLE

Lecture 4: The Two Ages


ST27 04 | Doctrine of Last Things from CBTS on Vimeo.

Lecture 5: The Two Ages (Continued)


ST27 05 | Doctrine of Last Things from CBTS on Vimeo.

Lecture 6: The General Judgment


ST27 06 | Doctrine of Last Things from CBTS on Vimeo.

Lecture 7: The Eschatological Kingdom


ST27 07 | Doctrine of Last Things from CBTS on Vimeo.


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September 03, 2016  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink