October 15, 2019
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Forerunners of the Reformation

We know that in the 16th century God raised up Martin Luther to begin a profound and amazing biblical reformation of this church. But the reformers, themselves, looked back on the Middle Ages and asked the question: “What prepared for our work? Who anticipated something of our work? Who were forerunner’s of the Reformation?” And […]

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The Destruction of Jerusalem: The Last Days According to Jesus with R.C. Sproul

I think that one of the most fascinating chapters in all of church history is, of course, the events surrounding the destruction of Jerusalem. And we don’t have a biblical record of that very, very important moment that took place in AD 70. But what we do have is a fascinating blow-by-blow eyewitness account of […]

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The End of the Age: The Last Days According to Jesus with R.C. Sproul

As we continue now with our study of the crisis in eschatology the point I want to look at in this session is this question: When Jesus spoke about His coming at the end of the age did He mean by that phrase the ‘end of the age’ the end of world history, or was […]

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This Generation: The Last Days According to Jesus with R.C. Sproul

In our study of the crisis of eschatology in our day we have placed great emphasis on the criticisms that have been launched against the Bible and against the credibility of Jesus with respect to unfulfilled prophecies that Jesus, as well as the apostles, made with respect to the coming of Christ. And the critics […]

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The Rapture: The Last Days According to Jesus with R.C. Sproul

Through this series of lectures on the end times we’ve been looking at those New Testament prophesies that in one sense or another perhaps were fulfilled within the first century time limits, particularly in and around the destruction of Jerusalem and of the temple. And those who believe that these prophecies of the Olivet Discourse […]

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The Antichrist: The Last Days According to Jesus with R.C. Sproul

Today we’re going to look at one of the most fascinating and yet controversial subjects that refer to the last times, and that’s the question of the identity of the Antichrist. And in fact it even begs the question when we talk about the Antichrist because one of the questions that we encounter with respect […]

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The Millennium: The Last Days According to Jesus with R.C. Sproul

We now come to the end of our brief overview of matters relating to the end times, and it would certainly be alack if I left out at least a small or simple summary of the various eschatological positions that vie with each other for acceptance in our day that are usually articulated in terms […]

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The Book of Revelation: The Last Days According to Jesus with R.C. Sproul

Surely in any study of New Testament eschatology and anyone who’s concerned about what the Bible teaches regarding the future, that concern inevitably leads us to a consideration of the content and significance of the New Testament apocalypse, or the book of Revelation. I don’t think there’s any book in the Bible that has been […]

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The Beast: The Last Days According to Jesus with R.C. Sproul

We’ve been looking at the mysterious figure of the Antichrist, and in our last session we considered the New Testament teaching in John’s epistle regarding antichrist as well as Paul’s treatment of the man of lawlessness or the man of sin in 2 Thessalonians. And as I mentioned at that time, we see an interrelatedness […]

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Crisis in Eschatology: The Last Days According to Jesus with R.C. Sproul

In this session we’re going to begin a series in the field of eschatology. Now, I know for some of you that term sounds a little bit technical, but it’s a common term in theology, and eschatology is a subdivision of systematic theology that is particularly concerned about the last things, or the future things, […]

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