Blog

6 Responses to “End Times Infographic”

  1. Nice, but I’m curious why you have Pentecost under the Amil scheme and not the Pre-mil. It seems more fitting under the latter.

  2. Hi Lisa,

    Historically the Amil position places an emphasis that the spiritual millennium began at Pentecost. Pentecost for the dispensationalist doesn’t have significance for the end times specifically as it does to signal the beginning of the church age.

    That and the graphic was getting a bit cluttered – I tried to put only the absolute necessary items in to get the point across.

  3. There are lots of variations of the preterist take (either amil or post) which are hard to represent as I’m sure you know. Many do not believe in the reign of Jesus but instead they call for the immediate judgement followed by heaven and hell. In this case the idea of ‘new heaven and new earth’ are figurative to refer to what heaven is like, but no such literal new heaven and new earth exist either as a post-return kingdom or otherwise. Just a different perspective I’ve heard over the years.

  4. Would it be better to say that the amil position believes that Jesus’ first coming inaugurates the kingdom through the church? The kingdom will be finally established at His second coming.

  5. I think “inaugurates” has been commandeered by progressive dispys. :-)

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. … | Glen Davis - February 12, 2013

    […] End Times Infographic […]

Leave a Reply