What Happened in 2014
I am pleased with this past year and the growth God blessed Eschatos Ministries with. This past year was the first full year that Antichrist Before the Day of the Lord has been published. I have received a LOT of positive feedback from it. I am glad that it has been a helpful contribution to prewrath literature. Another aspect of the ministry that started in 2014 was The Biblical Prophecy Program. This weekly program from the prewrath perspective was needed and I am excited for its continued growth into 2015. We also put on a handful of Bible prophecy seminars across the country, teaching prewrath and connecting prewrathers together.
I want to thank everyone who supported the ministry through their prayers and finances. Without your support Eschatos Ministries would not be.
If Eschatos Ministries has been a blessing and help to you in any way, please consider becoming an Eschatos Partner in 2015.
What Is Planned for 2015
We will be starting up a few different video formats teaching prewrath eschatology. More on this soon.
There will be a Spanish version of Antichrist Before the Day of the Lord published.
I am also excited that at least two books will be published (their titles to be announced later). The first book is a major refutation of pretribulationism, containing about 35 chapters with each addressing a particular pretrib objection to the prewrath position. This book will be a reference “handbook” of sorts, since each chapter will be a self-contained unit. I am confident that this book will be well received in the prewrath community.
The second book is a major refutation of the pretrib teaching of “imminency.” To be sure there will be about 4 chapters on imminency in the first book mentioned above. But the book refuting imminence will be a comprehensive critique. The notion that Jesus can return “at any moment” is a human tradition recently introduced into the church about two hundred years ago. This tradition has prevented countless believers from listening to Jesus’ severe warnings of his second coming. Imminence needs to be nailed in the coffin, and this book will help make imminency D.O.A. for a new generation. There could be a third book published on posttribulationism at the end of the year, but the first two books are the priority at this time.
There will also be a handful of Bible prophecy seminars and conferences, and maybe a debate with a noted pretribulationist which I hope to announce soon.
Happy New Year and may the Lord be glorified in the proclamation of his biblical truth.
Alan E. Kurschner