According to Chapter 36, “The Christian’s ultimate hope is not in life after death, but in life after life after death.”
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“Thus, the Christian has a two-step process after death. At death, your body goes into the ground and your _______ goes to be with the Lord.”
Jesus’ mission is to provide only life after death.
All religions share at least one thing in common: They each attempt to provide guidance concerning the topic of death.
It is possible that our cultures obsession with youth could, in reality, be a defense against the inevitability of death.
Hell is the necessary doctrine of a God who is ultimately just.
The reality of death and final judgment certainly should reorient one in this life to live a moral and ethical life through Jesus Christ.
The early Christians affirmed the physical return of Jesus as central to their message.
The Bible does not allude to the consequence of Hell being eternal.
The proper way to await Jesus’ return is to be living in such a way that we are not ashamed at his return.
The difference between the different views on the tribulation is in the data, not within how the data is interpreted and organized.
The Mid-Tribulation position embraces the final, visible, glorious return at the end of the great tribulation.
___________ believes in a literal, one-thousand-year reign of Christ on the earth.
Amillennialism spiritualizes the language of Revelation 20:1-6 and does not read the book of revelation chronologically.
The wrath mentioned in Revelation according to the ___-Tribulation position, is not God’s wrath, but the wrath of Satan, the Antichrist, and the wicked against God’s people.
The major premise of covenant theology is that there are really only three covenants.
Covenantal theology sees discontinuity among the Testament.
The Old Covenant was an agreement foretold in the Old Testament and fulfilled in the New Testament.
Dispensational theology sees continuity among the Testaments.
Eschatology is the study of last things in Christian doctrine.
One of the implications of a new heaven and new earth is that they should create profound hope in us for the future.
What passage of Scripture gives details of the new heaven and new earth?
In reference to what Christians will do in heaven, Revelation 21-22 appears to imply that eternity will be totally discontinuous from our present existence.
According to Revelation 21:9-27, the New Jerusalem has how many gates?
The new city on the new earth is called the new _________. [Show Less]