In this session I want to dive a little deeper into Reformed eschatology, where it stands in the Reformed churches today and why the church has taken the position it has taken.
Reformed eschatology it’s not something that you hear too much about today. As a matter of fact I don’t think I’ve ever heard the two words put together before: Reformed Eschatology. Now we all know about reformed theology, and there are the Giants of reformed theology today, those you think of as the Giants of reformed theology in the church world at large, well certainly the Pope wouldn’t be one. Okay, it would be those that stand against the Roman Catholic Church and its teachings, such as perhaps, John MacArthur – yeah very good on reformed theology. Also R.C. Sproul who recently passed away, a giant in our day of reformed theology, just to name a few, and there are many other good teachers out there in reformed theology. Continue reading Part Four – In Defense of the Historical Method of Interpretation
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