The underlying concept developed here is the paradigmatic function of the theophanic Glory-cloud in the creation of the image of God. Dr. Kline identifies the major symbolic models employed … Read more→
Archive for the ‘Eschatology’ Category
Jim Cassidy reviews Four Views on the Role of Works at the Final Judgment. The book contains contributions from Robert Wilken, James Dunn, Thomas Schreiner, and Michael Barber.
Jared Oliphint shares a number of helpful quotations from Richard B. Gaffin, Jr. on eschatology and suffering from his essay on theonomy and eschatology.
Eschatology is a complicated word. Usually, it is associated with apocalyptic events yet to occur in the Middle East. In this episode, we seek to broaden this limited conception of … Read more→
A discussion of several dualities and distinctions in theology.
The Christ the Center panel discusses a forthcoming new podcast entitled East of Eden: Discussions in the Biblical and Systematic Theology of Jonathan Edwards, which should appear, Lord willing, this summer. The panel for … Read more→
One of the most perplexing brands of eschatology is “transformational” eschatology. A broad-brush way to describe this view is that the eschaton or last days will be triggered once Christians … Read more→
“To identify the redemptive kingdom of the God…with the common causes of the city of man is profaning of the holy, a prostitution of the gospel, a diabolical repudiation of … Read more→
Kim Riddlebarger speaks about a two-age eschatology and amillennialism.
A discussion of driving theological concerns behind approaches to culture.