In our previous post, we saw the Bible’s Old Testament tells the story of humanity’s relationship with the Creator through three Ages of government:
- Age of Creation
- Age of Conscience
- Age of Law
The New Testament continues the drama and leads to a better ending. Every Age begins because of the failure in its predecessor. There is coming an Age that will finally blend into Eternal bliss:
Continue reading “The Coming New Age”
- It is not the one we are in; Age of Church
- Surprisingly, it is not even the next Age to come; Age of Kingdom
- There is a sixth Age in Scripture that we all yearn to see: the Age of Perfection.
“Age” is used to represent different periods of changes in the earth’s surface. However, Bible students sometimes use “Age” to represent different periods of changes in God’s governing of humanity. From the previous post, we discovered five Ages of Time related to the earth. Comparing them to Ages of divine government, we discover another layer in the Bible story of God’s relationship with humanity.
Continue reading “Ages of Earth versus Ages of Humanity”
Before the Fall of Man, good works were required to maintain the Edenic estate. After the Fall, salvation was offered … Continue reading Calvary at Centre of Scripture
My Sunday School days yielded fond memories. I learned so much about the Bible. The Bible stories told were exciting … Continue reading OT Saints Saved by Prophecy?