That’s a loaded question, isn’t it? Bookstores are full of ideas about the end of time, but what does the Bible itself actually say?
Over the years, “eschatology” is a word that many Christians have often associated with “end times” or “future events.” But what is eschatology? Biblical eschatology does far more than simply satisfy our curiosity for “how it is all going to end”, and it gives meaningful insight into God’s purposes for all of his creation.
This two session seminar will provide a brief overview of the nature of biblical eschatology, with a focus upon the idea of “the kingdom of God” and the “resurrection of the body” as central themes of the Christian’s future hope. These two themes will then inform what we can expect in regard to two pressing questions:
Cost: No Charge
Dates and Times: Part 1 – February 24, 1:30-4:30pm; Part 2 – February 25, 7:00-9:30pm
Location: Westwood Church Learning Centre, 2658 Ospika Boulevard (please use the South Entrance)
Instructor: David Guretzki, PhD, Professor of Theology, Church and Public Life, Briercrest College and Seminary