The Christian Hope Fall Quarter Adult Sunday School Taught by Pastor Aaron
The Christian study of the end times is called eschatology (from the Greek eschatos, meaning last), and eschatology is about hope. The Christian hope is not a vague or blind wishing that things will get better. Instead, it is a hope grounded in the promises of God – striking promises of new life, new bodies, a new creation, a new kingdom, a new rest, the end of death, the end of suffering and sin, and the beginning of infinite blessings in the presence of God.
The Christian hope recognizes that evil is doomed, that the darkness of this age is being overcome by the light of the next, and that there is “an inheritance that is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading, kept in heaven for you, who by God's power are being guarded through faith for a salvation ready to be revealed in the last time” (1 Peter 1:4-5). The Christian hope fixes its gaze on Jesus Christ, in whom our inheritance awaits.
Join us in the Fall Quarter Adult Sunday School as we fix our gaze on Jesus and explore the present-day significance of our end-time hope.
Sept. 9 – From Eden to the New Jerusalem: An overview of the history and future of all things.
Sept. 16 – Pastor Aaron on study leave. Joel Ankney teaching.
Sept. 23 – Pastor Aaron on vacation. Joel Ankney teaching.
Sept. 30 – Resident Aliens: Our lives between the already and not yet.
Oct. 7 – The Millennium (part 1)
Oct. 14 – The Millennium (part 2)
Oct. 21 – Pastor Aaron on vacation.
Oct. 28 – The Return of Christ, the Final Judgment, and the Resurrection of the Dead.
Nov. 4 – The Antichrist, the Beast, and the False Prophet.
Nov. 11 – Israel and the Church: One people, one hope, one salvation.
Nov. 18 – Pictures of Heaven: A marriage feast, a holy city, a new temple.
Nov. 25 – A Sabbath Rest: Safe forever in the presence of God.
Dec. 2 – Questions and Answers