Category Archives: Eschatology

A “Millennial” or “A-millennial Future”: Which?

David McAllister, a Bible teacher from Donegal, Ireland, examines the vital topic of the Millennium. He gives 8 major reasons why the pre-millennial view of prophecy is correct and scriptural, as opposed to the amillennial view. In Revelation 20:1-7, we read about a period of “a thousand years”, from which we obtain the word “Millennium”. […]

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An Outline of Dispensational Truth

An Outline of Dispensational Truth Harry Bell (1905-1976) was a mighty expositor of the Word of God. Between 1943 and 1973 – when blindness finally overtook him – Harry Bell preached the Word of God full-time throughout all parts of the United Kingdom. A tall man with a photographic memory and a gracious manner, Harry […]

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Sound Biblical Exegesis Inevitably Leads to Pre-Millennialism

Sound Biblical Exegesis Inevitably Leads to Pre-Millennialism by Erich Sauer (1898-1959) In chapter 20 of his classic work From Eternity to Eternity (Paternoster Press, 1954), Eric Sauer includes an impeccably argued passage in which he addresses the importance of taking literally the Bible’s prophecies of a future Millennial kingdom of God on earth. His analysis […]

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The Great Parenthesis (Harry A. Ironside)

The Great Parenthesis by Harry A. Ironside (1876-1951) This is a long post; 35,000 or so words long. Why include it? Webtruth agrees with this article’s author Harry A. Ironside (1876-1951) that understanding the issue of “the great parenthesis” is the key that unlocks the whole field of eschatology (future events). What is this gap, this […]

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15 Must-Have Books on Eschatology

A sizeable portion of the Bible is devoted to covering events that are eschatological. That is to say, they haven’t happened yet. “Last things”, “future events” and “prophetic truths” are scattered liberally throughout both the Old and New Testaments. One could hardly be a Christian and not have an interest in the meaning of such […]

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Will the Church Go Through the Great Tribulation?

by E.W. Rogers (1893-1977) The Great Parenthesis Will the Church go through the Tribulation? This question is perennial: it is always cropping up, and the phrase is almost hackneyed. Only to the ears of those who have some knowledge of what ‘the Church’ really is, and what particular ‘Tribulation’ is alluded to, does the question convey its proper meaning. Amplified, […]

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