Must Eschatology Be Panic Theology? by Desmond Ford

Sep 17, 2014 932

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Eschatology has often been infected with a sizable does of fear. Popular theology of the end of the word today stresses cataclysmic world events and awesome pictures of human conflict. Too often it seems that the blessed hope has become a dreaded expectation. Some see the saints as being delivered by a rapture prior to the great tribulation, others see the saints going through the tribulation and its accompanying anguish to be delivered at the moment a civil death decree is passed against theme. The result of these views has often been to create a panic theology.

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