oa Conspectus : The Journal of the South African Theological Seminary - The end times made simple: how could everybody be so wrong about biblical prophecy, S.E. Waldron : review
|Article Title||The end times made simple: how could everybody be so wrong about biblical prophecy, S.E. Waldron : review|
|© Publisher:||South African Theological Seminary (SATS)|
|Journal||Conspectus : The Journal of the South African Theological Seminary|
|Publication Date||Sep 2013|
|Pages||101 - 110|
Nowadays there is much confusion in the field of eschatology. On the one hand, believers are being advised to 'follow the unbiblical, complex and bizarre scheme of Dispensationalism with its "Secret Rapture," political Anti-Christ and worldly Millennium' (WTS Books 2013).
On the other hand, the 'full preterists' inform us 'that all biblical prophecy has been fulfilled', and they say that we ought not to expect Christ to descend from the sky in judgment and triumph. However, in his book, The end times made simple, Waldron claims that both of these end-time schemes are incorrect and that the Bible teaching on the end-times is actually quite straightforward (WTS Books 2013).
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