Eschatos Ministries is dedicated to teaching biblical prophecy from a futurist, premillennial, prewrath perspective.
The conference this weekend was such as blessing. God was glorified in the proclamation of his promise of faithfulness to Israel in their future salvation and their future land. God is not a promise-breaker as supersessionism (a.k.a replacement theology) essentially teaches. God’s gifts and calling are irrevocable.
Be sure to purchase the conference audio to learn to respond to both amillennialism and supersessionism, aberrant theology that plagues most of the church today worldwide. Barry Horner and Joel Richardson gave excellent talks on various issues of future Israel, as I gave two talks on the future millennium.
I want to thank Bruce Biller for the logistics behind the scenes. The conference would not have been successful without his hard effort.
This is the latest publication in the Prewrath Pamphlet Series. You can order it here.
I have heard the objection to the prewrath position that it is a new interpretation. I gladly accept this charge that the prewrath position is new, but only in the sense that the label “prewrath” is new; and that it is a refinement of our understanding of the day of the Lord and the rapture issue. I do not believe that the Holy Spirit has ceased teaching the church the riches of the Word in better understandings and refinements of biblical truths.
The essence of prewrath teaching reaches back to the early church period, even finding testimony in the first century of what many scholars consider the very first Christian document outside of the New Testament. This document is called the Didache, “The Teaching” (a.k.a. The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles), pronounced DID-ah-kay. By the essence of the prewrath position, I mean specifically that the church will encounter the persecution of the Antichrist before the coming of Christ to rescue his people and resurrect the dead in Christ.
This is a five page glossy pamphlet (3 3/4 x 8 1/2) that gives a summary explanation of what prewrath teaches.
It is ideal for the church foyer, giving them out to friends, and even airdropping them over the next annual pretrib conference!
Many people may not pick up a book on prewrath right away, but a prewrath pamphlet may inspire them to do so.
You can order here.