The Day Of The Lord – Short Version

Having finished the longer study of The Day Of The Lord, I thought that I’d leave a ‘short version’ for those with less time to look into this. But, you’re missing a lot if you skip the full version here:

The Day Of The Lord

Good Eschatology ALWAYS allows the Bible to speak for itself. We have forgotten that, and it’s time to bring that back into focus. Too many ‘scholars’ have replaced God and the Holy Spirit with corrupt human logic.

That needs to stop.

So, let’s summarize what we’ve found about the ‘Day of the Lord’.

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Good Eschatology, Part 2 – Resolving A Paradox

We ended last week’s discussion of Good Eschatology with a conundrum. A paradox. Isaiah 65:19-24 clearly fits with Zechariah 14 and Revelation 20.

The problem comes when we look at Isaiah 65:17 which appears to talk about what happens in Revelation 21, and not Revelation 20.

Does this throw out everything that we said about the Millennium?

No, of course not.

However, it does offer us a challenge. And, if we don’t stumble at this challenge – as some have – we will come away with more understanding than we did before. Remember that the Bible was specifically written so that those who rebel, will stumble and fall, while those who submit to God will obtain knowledge.

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What Is Good Eschatology?

Last week, I published my latest guide:

Bad Eschatology

Every mainline eschatology got a heavy dose of criticism, including the one that I call home. But, all of that begs the question:

What is good eschatology?

The short answer is that it isn’t a position. It’s not a doctrine. It’s a process.

Wait. What? A Process?

Yes. A process. It’s a way of looking at the prophecies of the Last Days, and then putting those pieces together in an orderly fashion that gives understanding about God’s plans.

And then, having the humility to admit that we probably got it wrong.

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