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Misinterpreted End-Time Issues: Five Myths In Adventism, Jiri Moskala Thd, Phd Jan 2017

Misinterpreted End-Time Issues: Five Myths In Adventism, Jiri Moskala Thd, Phd

Journal of the Adventist Theological Society

"realize that my unpleasant Christian experience was built on five misunderstandings which assumed that the Bible and/or the Spirit of Prophecy: (1) teach that believers will only receive the seal of God at the end of time; (2) stand against the assurance of salvation; (3) affirm that living believers can be called and examined in the pre-advent judgment at any time; (4) proclaim that after the close of probation the Holy Spirit will be removed from the earth meaning that even believers will be without any supernatural help; and (5) declare that believers in Jesus Christ will be on ...


Isaiah’S Messiah: Adventist Identity For The Last Days, Stephane Beaulieu Jan 2016

Isaiah’S Messiah: Adventist Identity For The Last Days, Stephane Beaulieu

Journal of the Adventist Theological Society

This article proposes that Isaiah’s Messiah is the essence of Adventism and is what Adventists must proclaim in the eschaton. Portraits of the Messiah and His work for the people of God permeate the book of Isaiah. And while Isaiah’s Messiah was relevant for the people of the seventh century, the Messiah is portrayed as the One who will deliver and save His people now as well as then. In fact, Isaiah places his message of the Messiah in the realm of the last days.


Typology And Adventist Eschatological Identity: Friend Or Foe?, Erick Mendieta Jan 2015

Typology And Adventist Eschatological Identity: Friend Or Foe?, Erick Mendieta

Andrews University Seminary Student Journal

For Seventh-day Adventists the significance of typology is not only a matter of historical research. Davidson has rightly argued that “the historic Adventist interpretation of the sanctuary … stands or falls depending upon the validity of its hermeneutic method.” This study tries to show that in Seventh-day Adventism typology has proven to be a defining force in theology, thinking, and at times even in practice. Since typology’s first appearance in early Adventism, it has provided assistance to the understanding of Scripture but has also been the source of much misunderstanding. The need to explore its nature, characteristics, and application has ...


Adventist Eschatological Identity And The Interpretations Of The Time Periods Of Daniel 12:11-12, Abner F. Hernandez Jan 2015

Adventist Eschatological Identity And The Interpretations Of The Time Periods Of Daniel 12:11-12, Abner F. Hernandez

Andrews University Seminary Student Journal

In recent years some Seventh-day Adventist scholars began applying the time periods in Dan 12:5-13 to the future. Rejecting the traditional historicist Adventist understanding that places the three and a half times, the 1290 and 1335 days, as prophetic periods already fulfilled in the past, they claim that these time periods should be understood as literal days still to come. Likewise, some Adventist scholars interpret the time periods of Dan 12 as merely a literary device that seems to suggest an apparent “delay” of the time of the end. There are others who think it is not possible to ...


Eschatology And Genesis 22, Jo Ann Davidson Apr 2005

Eschatology And Genesis 22, Jo Ann Davidson

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Eschatology And Genesis 22, Jo Ann Davidson Jan 2005

Eschatology And Genesis 22, Jo Ann Davidson

Jo Ann Davidson

No abstract provided.


Toward A Biblical Theology Of God's Judgment: A Celebration Of The Cross In Seven Phases Of Divine Universal Judgment (An Overview Of A Theocentric-Christocentric Approach), Jiri Moskala Apr 2004

Toward A Biblical Theology Of God's Judgment: A Celebration Of The Cross In Seven Phases Of Divine Universal Judgment (An Overview Of A Theocentric-Christocentric Approach), Jiri Moskala

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Looking At The End From The Beginning: Studying Eschatological Concepts In The Pentateuch, Gerald Klingbeil Apr 2000

Looking At The End From The Beginning: Studying Eschatological Concepts In The Pentateuch, Gerald Klingbeil

Faculty Publications

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Looking At The End From The Beginning: Studying Eschatological Concepts In The Pentateuch, Gerald Klingbeil Jan 2000

Looking At The End From The Beginning: Studying Eschatological Concepts In The Pentateuch, Gerald Klingbeil

Gerald Klingbeil

No abstract provided.