Christians today are just as interested, if not more so, in future events as at any time in church history. But why are there different perspectives on the Bible’s description of end times?
The theological differences largely come down to three particular areas. In a previous article, I introduced what I call “Three Major Eschatological Differences.” These opposing views are based on how one comes to understand Scripture and its statements concerning the future (questions concerning Scripture’s genre, continuity, and interpretation).
As I continue working on writing projects on behalf of Reasons To Believe, I encourage you to think through the content of my series on historic Christian eschatology.
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