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Four Views of the End Times

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Four Views of the End Times

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Four Views of the End Times

For The Bible Study App

Description

Publisher: Rose Publishing
Publisher: Rose Publishing
What does the Bible actually say about the end times that lead to the return of Jesus Christ? The differing ideas that divide believers into four major points-of-view are examined in the Four Views of the End Times. It shows four different Revelation timelines and tackles Pre and Post-millennialism, as well as Historic Premillennialism and Amillennialism objectively. For each view, it includes a definition of the position with supporting Scriptures, a time line of the view's popularity, and a sampling of Christian leaders supporting that view.

The events leading up to the return of Jesus Christ are controversial, and many Christians identify with one of four positions: Dispensational Premillennialism, Historic Premillennialism, Amillennialism, or Postmillennialism. The Four Views of the End Times makes each viewpoint and the corresponding biblical support easy to understand. Packed with information regarding what Jesus and Paul taught about the end times, the resource also includes a list of important terms and their definitions, such as:

  • Church
  • Eschatology
  • Rapture
  • The Great Tribulation
  • Preterism


Four Views of the End Times addresses end-time eschatology, outlining the four major points of view regarding events leading up to the second coming of Christ. Below is the outline applied to each of the four Revelation time lines with a few examples:

  • What is emphasized by the view
  • Which Scriptures seem to support the position
  • The time period for the view's main popularity
    • Dispensational Premillennialism
      • Gained acceptance in the 1800's and is still widespread
    • Historic Premillennialism
      • The earliest view following the time of the apostles
    • Amillennialism
      • Emerged in the 5th century; championed by St. Augustine
    • Postmillennialism
      • Became popular in the 1800's but decreased in 1900's as a result of the Great Depression
  • A graphic timeline showing the order of events held by that view
  • A sampling of Christian leaders sharing the viewpoint