Who are we?  We are a husband and wife of the reformed persuasion dedicated to the study of God’s Word and its application to life in the 21st century.  Neither of us claims to be any sort of Bible teacher or leader in the faith but simply disciples of Christ trying to follow Him wherever He leads us.

Over the past twenty years, we have studied eschatology off and on from the more popular perspectives of futurism, preterism, and historicism.  In an attempt to better understand the historicist, ie. historic Protestant school of thought, this is our online brain dump where we endeavor to sort out eschatological passages from a historicist perspective, apply a historicist interpretation to today’s headlines, and include information that would be relevant to a historicist interpretation of Bible prophecy.

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  1. I commend your studies!
    Within the last year, my husband and I began studying Historicism. Have you read a book by Duncan McDougall: The Rapture of the Church? If he is new to you, he was an ordained minister of the Free Church of Scotland. His book details the origins of the pre-tribulation rapture in the Jesuit Lacunza’s book, the Irvingites, early Brethernism, and Tractarianism/The Oxford Movement, and the connections. It is fascinating but more importantly what he speaks about Christians need to know.
    If you would like to read this, I can send you the link. I didn’t want to offer it here yet, because my comment might be seen as spam.
    God bless you in your studies!
    Soli Deo Gloria!

    1. I have not read that book, so if you want to link it, link away! I know some people who should read a book like that :-). BTW, I read your blog also :-).

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Exploring Eschatology From A Protestant Historicist Perspective

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