Sensationalism Versus Substance - Part 1
Sensationalism Versus Substance - Part 1
Mark 13:32; 2 Peter 3:3-13
Speaker's Picture
Wednesday Evening Service,  May 11, 2011

The subject of eschatology—or the doctrine of final things—is a fascinating subject. The mysterious nature of biblical prophecy demands that the interpreter search for meaning with understanding. But this also means that prophecy can be open to a variety of interpretations, some of them more fanciful than others. It is important, therefore, at the beginning of our study to separate sensationalism from substance. In this three-part series, we will first look at the various ways that biblical prophecies have been obviously misused and misapplied. Next we will begin to look at the various pieces of prophecy and where they must be placed upon the eschatological timetable.

Lessons with Similar Topics


Other Lessons by Greg Stiekes

Evangelical Feminism and the Interpretation of Scripture
Biblical Gender Roles and the Rise of Feminism
The Holy Spirit and the Last Days – Part 2
The Holy Spirit and the Last Days – Part 1
The Hyperbolic Virtue of the Church
Stirring Up Spiritual Memory – Part 3

Other Lessons in Mark

The Transfiguration
If Anyone Would Come After Me
Dealing with Blindness
Ministry to the Gentiles
Outside In or Inside Out
When Life Seems Overwhelming