Eschatology in Church History
What happens in the end? Christians, as far back as the early church fathers, have struggled with this question. The questions surrounding Christ’s second coming, the resurrection of the body and life everlasting are still debated today in our modern churches. By looking at eschatology as it relates to different periods in church history, we can learn how our current ideas have been shaped and influenced.
These messages look at key scriptural texts, including Revelation 13 and 20, and deal with how these texts were viewed in a distinct historical context.
The 4 seminar messages in Eschatology in Church History include:
- The Postmillennial Vision of the American Puritan by Joel Beeke
- Eschatology in the Early Church by Ligon Duncan
- The Origins of Dispensationalism by Michael Horton
- Evangelical Eschatology, American Style by Jeffrey Jue
(4 messages on 4 CDs)
The Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology is the longest running national Reformed conference. It was started in 1974 by Dr. James Boice. It exists to glorify God through a rediscovery of the Church’s great doctrinal foundations.