The Preterit, the Present, and the Timeless 1
Reflections on New Testament Eschatology, Part Five
As I have probably by now stated ad tædium, much of the language of the New Testament that we would generally characterize as “eschatological” is far vaguer than we tend to notice and has a distressing tendency to float free from any secure temporal moorings. Distinctions between the near and the far future, between the future and the eternal, between t…
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