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You Can't Talk About Eschatology Without a Chart.  Right?

Thanks to Robert Lira for creating a very useful chart of the two age model of New Testament eschatology.

The chart is available as a pdf in both color (Click here for color chart) and black and white (Click here for black and white version).

Reader Comments (3)

This is excellent. thanks for sharing.
January 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMatt Holst
"It is the first coming of Christ that is definitive and conclusive, not the second."

Surely the two comings of Christ are both conclusive and definitive in different ways? How is his second coming not conclusive and definitive?

Thank you for a thought-provoking resource.
January 10, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBNH
This chart is the same content as the one I submitted to Dr. Riddlebarger and that he posted on April 14, 2008. However, it is more Powerpoint friendly. I think mine might still be a better handout for a class.

For BNH: The first coming is conclusive in the sense that our hope is sure and certain. We don't wonder if we are truly saved or if Christ will be able to pull off the second coming successfully. We don't wonder if Satan will be defeated because he IS defeated. This is not saying that the first coming is more important than the second.
January 16, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRichard Davis

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