William Boekestein- The Future of Everything: Essential Truths about the End Times

Posted On May 23, 2019

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave Jenkins and William Boekestein discuss why Christians should study the end times, how a biblical understanding of heaven helps the Christian, along with his book, The Future of Everything: Essential Truths about the End Times (Reformation Heritage, 2019).

Buy the book on Amazon or at Reformation Heritage.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Why should Christians study the end times.
  • How a good understanding of the end times help Christians to grow in the grace of God.
  • How a biblical hermeneutic help people to understand the prophets.
  • How a realistic, hopeful, and biblical perspective about death helps Christians to process their own end and the ends of those around them.
  • Advice for someone giving their first eulogy.
  • Why should Christians approach the topic of the 2nd Coming of Christ with awe and reverence.
  • What implications Paul’s teaching about the resurrection has for Christians today.
  • How the doctrine of hell should be used positively by Christians.
  • How a biblical understanding of heaven helps the Christian.
  • How the doctrines of the end times and the kingdom of God come together to help the Christian.
  • How does the mission of the church relate to the end times.

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