Heidelcast 182: As It Was In The Days Of Noah (25)—Peaceful Pilgrims

This is the 25th and final episode in the series, As It Was In The Days of Noah. When I began I thought I would cover both 1 and 2 Peter but I didn’t know that the series would stretch to 25 episodes and last a year. We began on May 29, 2020 in episode 153. So far in the series I have tried to introduce you to an amillennial doctrine of last things or eschatology. We have looked at what eschatology is, what it does, and how 1 Peter teaches us how to think about the relations between heaven and earth, the millennium or any earthly golden age, the judgment, and the world to come. I call it the Noah Paradigm. After all, our Lord Jesus did say in Luke 17:26, “as it was in the Days of Noah, so shall it be when the Son of Man comes.” In this episode I consider the claim that Jesus was referring to the destruction of temple in AD 70. Through this series we have seen that there is no secret rapture, no seven-year tribulation, and no literal 1,000 year kingdom on the earth. Jesus has always one people, one church, from the beginning. It is made of up Jews and Gentiles who believe in Jesus. There was the church under the types and shadows and there is the church of the time of fulfillment. One church, one Savior, one covenant of grace, multiple administrations. That is where the Apostle Peter leaves the congregations of Asia Minor, with grace and peace. What’s next? It’s a series on the Apostles’ Creed, What Must A Christian Believe?” Stay tuned, let your friends and family know about the Heidelcast so they can join in the fun.



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