That’s in Theology and Eschatology. I want to use this page to post the links to some of the more interesting posts on both topics–plus, post links to some good articles/teachings on both subjects found on other blogs and websites: perhaps even a few book recommendations. What you may find is that some of the topics posted may over-lap: its hard to separate Eschatological points of view from ones Theological beliefs, also the study of Eschatology is in reality a “form” or branch of Theology. Theology itself is a HUGE topic which can compass any number of sub-topics: this will be more on the line of just offering links to articles which help explain the different ‘schools of theology’, and what they teach. Rather then try to separate the articles into one or the other, I’m just going to post the title and links together.
First, a brief simple definition of both terms:
- Theology: 1. The study of the nature of God and religious truth; rational inquiry into religious questions. 2. A system or school of opinions concerning God and religious questions.
- Eschatology: 1. a branch of theology concerned with the final events in the history of the world or of humankind. 2. beliefs concerning death, the end of the world, or the ultimate destiny of humankind; specifically : any of various Christian doctrines concerning the Second Coming, the resurrection of the dead, or the Last Judgment.
* The Nicene Council Media on Dispensationalism (articles)
*Tribulation or Rapture – Which? (one of at least 3 positions on the topic)
*Advanced Eschatology (excellent study website)
*Biblical Theology (multi-links)
*From Monergism:The Threat of Christian Zionism, by Nathan Pitchford
*Who Is Israel? – By Steve Lumbley (Excellent Teaching)
*Analyzing Scofield (this is very interesting)
*Prepared for the Coming Tribulation by Corrie Ten Boom -1974
(4) part teaching on Covenant and Dispensational Theology: Understanding the relation of the Old/New Covenants:
*Remnant Theology: Basic Beliefs..
Part (1) Behind the Lordship Controversy
Part (2) Lordship, Non-Lordship and Dispensationalism
Part (3) A History of Dispensationalism in America
Part (4) Lordship and the Nature of Saving Faith
Part (5)The Lordship Controversy and The Carnal Christian Teaching (Part A)
Part (6) The continuation of the Carnal Christian Teaching (Part B)
Part (7) The Lordship Controversy and the Carnal Christian Teaching (Part C)