Time and again, over and over, for nineteen centuries and counting, the Church has been made to look like a joke in the eyes of the world as predictions of Christ’s Second Coming or Return and other related end-time events have supposedly come and gone without fulfillment.
Adding to this humiliation is the reality that the biblical field of study of end-time views is termed “one of the most divisive elements in recent Christian history. . . . few doctrines unite and separate Christians as much as eschatology.”
As you begin reading this book, please be forewarned.
You are about to embark on a journey of both discovery and upheaval.
Some may find this experience unsettling since most people do not like change.
Others will find it refreshing and enlightening.
Hence, in the pages ahead, you will discover that many things are wrong, biblically and historically, with the way we Christian have been handling and trying to understand this branch or subset of theology we call eschatology.