|About the Book|
The word Eschaton is of Greek derivative and means end times. As such, it is associated with the events surrounding the Second Coming of Christ. In the face of modernism and its resultant secularity, the idea of a literal Millennial Reign ofMoreThe word Eschaton is of Greek derivative and means end times. As such, it is associated with the events surrounding the Second Coming of Christ. In the face of modernism and its resultant secularity, the idea of a literal Millennial Reign of Jesus upon the earth has become unthinkable, even silly, to some. And, for them, so has the idea of a literal creation as described in Genesis. Some academic Biblical scholars have joined the secularists in labeling much of the Bible as merely metaphor and myth. They have discounted 6,000 years of Judeo-Christian testimony as some monolithic, long and enduring self-delusion, as if only recently have people become intelligent or rational. Modernisms poison has eaten away at the fabric of faith and trust in God. Too many contemporary Christians have quit preparing themselves to endure to the end and have instead come to expect an end time rescue by means of a Pre-Trib or Mid-Trib Rapture. Consequently, they have abandoned Gods call to holiness and its resultant spiritual authority and power in favor of popular psychology and self-help teaching. This presentation is intended to inform those who require that all truth find support in the Word of God in order to be believed. Its purpose is to show that historically understood eschatology is well-supported in Scripture and, therefore, can and should be embraced. Wayne Clark is a husband, father, grandfather, businessman and teacher for whom Bible study has been a lifelong passion. He has been teaching Gods Word to adults since 1971. Wayne has a Master of Divinity degree from Asbury Theological Seminary. Although he has served as a full-time pastor, he sees his main calling as ministry in themarketplace. He and his wife, Nancy, reside in Alpharetta, Georgia and are both heavily involved in adult discipleship.