why we've grouped some questions around antichrist?
Many have speculated about the identity of the man of lawlessness. Some have suggested that he will be a specific individual who will rise to power in the end times (the “Antichrist” with a capital “A”), while others have [more]Categories: EschatologyTags: antichrist, definitions, end times, premillennialism, sin
Many in this world speculate about what happens next. Religious leaders are busy pondering the “end times”. They have elaborate expectations about what happens next in the Bible. For example, a search on “end times timeline” reveals countless charts, documents, [more]Categories: Eschatology, Premillennialism, PreterismTags: AD70, antichrist, end times, judgment, premillennialism, prophecy
He came to earth once, and when Jesus returns it will be different. He came to earth the first time on a mission. When Jesus returns a second time, there won’t be a literal thousand year reign nor [more]Categories: Eschatology, Jesus the Son, PreterismTags: AD70, antichrist, church, end times, kingdom, premillennialism
Events in the world today have many asking, “Are we entering the tribulation?” Do events in the world around us suggest that the tribulation is beginning or about to begin? For the Christian, the “tribulation” is ongoing. New [more]Categories: EschatologyTags: antichrist, end times, false teaching, judgment, premillennialism, truth
A Google search on the word “tribulation” yields front page results about the Tribulation (capital “T”) or even the Great Tribulation. Whether it’s talked about as ‘a tribulation’, ‘the Tribulation’, or even the ‘Great Tribulation’, it all revolves around [more]Categories: EschatologyTags: antichrist, end times, false teaching, judgment, premillennialism
Central to this question of will Elijah return is a prophecy given by Malachi. Elijah was a prophet that lived during the final days of the judges, just before the first King Saul was installed over the twelve tribes of [more]Categories: Eschatology, Premillennialism, ProphetsTags: antichrist, doctrine, end times, false teachers, false teaching, Old Testament, premillennialism, prophecy
The seal of God or ‘God’s seal’ is a term that comes up enough in Scripture to take note. In fact, based on much of the published material about God’s seal, there is too often only [more]Categories: God the Father, SalvationTags: antichrist, authority, doctrine, end times, God, Holy Spirit, judgment, righteousness
How we interpret Bible prophecy presents a unique challenge, at least to the extent that the question should be asked…Is Bible prophecy even something we can interpret?
interpret (verb): 1-to explain or tell the meaning of : present in [more]Categories: Eschatology, Preterism, ProphetsTags: AD70, antichrist, authority, prophecy, prophets, special revelation, theology, Word of God
So much is made today about the Antichrist (capital “A”). A search on YouTube for prognosticators about “Who is the Antichrist” – his appearing, his personality, his birthplace, etc. etc. – will garner videos with hundreds [more]Categories: Eschatology, PremillennialismTags: antichrist, definitions, end times, false teachers, false teaching, premillennialism, prophecy, prophets
A literal one thousand year reign of Jesus on His throne. There are many that believe Jesus’ return is for just that – a literal one thousand year reign (millennium) on earth. It is widely taught and even passed down [more]Categories: Bible Concepts, Christian Theology, Eschatology, Jesus the Son, PremillennialismTags: antichrist, doctrine, end times, false teaching, Jesus, judgment, kingdom, premillennialism, prophecy, Scripture weighting
False teacher. It can seem like a harsh term, but the Bible talks a lot about false teachers. In fact, it may be interesting to measure the 21st century Christian’s “shock-meter” against how the Bible describes a false teacher. Terms [more]Categories: Christian Theology, ProphetsTags: antichrist, definitions, false teachers, false teaching, Old Testament, prophets