Back to the end

I’ve posted a few items today on my “eschatology blog”, And then comes the end. (I post about eschatology on a separate site for reasons of “plausible deniability” – it’s very much a place for “thinking aloud”. Albeit not very often: the last post before today was in March 2008.)

First, some (fairly critical) thoughts on Gregory MacDonald’s book The Evangelical Universalist. Then, an excerpt from MacDonald’s book in which he describes the “existentialist” position of John Robinson, a position which I find far more persuasive than MacDonald’s view of a “temporary hell”.

But the post on which I’d most welcome people’s feedback is one in which I give Robinson’s position some further thought in the light of the law/gospel distinction. I’d greatly appreciate people’s thoughts on that topic.

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One Response to Back to the end

  1. Vernon says:

    (saw this on the web)


    Guess what. If you can figure out when the “sudden destruction” of wicked persons takes place in I Thess. 5:3 (and also when “death” is ended in I Cor. 15:54), you will know where to place the rapture on your prophecy chart because those passages talk about the “times and seasons” (and also the “when” and “then”) of the rapture. Neat, huh?

    (Another interesting article is “Pretrib Rapture Dishonesty” on the “Powered by Christ Ministries” site.)

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