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last things

The study of Last Things is also called Eschatology (from the Greek, eschaton=last)

These topics in the area of Last Things are arrange for your convenience with short descriptions followed by links to my documents that give more explanation.

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topic: Pre-Kingdom Eternal eschatology

Amillennial timeline - large

the following is a PDF with explanation and chart for the Amillennial View of Last Things

link to Pre-Kingdom Eternal timeline chart 

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topic: 70 Weeks of Daniel 9

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link to 70 Weeks of Daniel 9 – comparing 2 views – Gap View and Unified View (pdf)

In this 12 page doc we look at the contrast between the Futurist View (or Gap View / Dispensational View) of the 70 Weeks and the Unified View (or consecutive view / Partial Preterist View) of the 70 Weeks. If the 70th Week is fulfilled, there is no need for an end time 7 Year Tribulation Period. Amen!

Why are the “weeks” in Daniel 9 to be understood as weeks of years?

see Daniel 9 – weeks of years (pdf)

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Where are the charts? Gotta have charts! Here you go.

70 Weeks chart of 2 views (pdf)

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Which “Abomination of Desolation” in Daniel is Jesus referring to?

table of comparisons for the AoD (pdf)

There are 4 mentions of the AoD in Daniel. Some interpretation systems (Futurist or Dispensational) see these all as referring to the Anti-Christ, yet there is no mention of the Anti=Christ in Daniel. Other interpretation systems (Partial Preterist, Covenantal or Consecutive/Unified) see only Daniel 9 as directly corresponding to the Olivet Prophecy and thus fulfilled in AD70.

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topic: various views on the Millennium

Last Things web header

link to Last Things comparison chart (pdf)

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topic: the Olivet Prophecy of Jesus 

Preterist background

link to the Prezi presentation

While not a comprehensive study, this interactive survey helps to contrast the Futurist view with the Partial Preterist view.

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topic: The Olivet and the 2nd Temple – double fulfillment, it is possible here?

link to Olivet and the 2nd Temple (pdf)

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