"It's About Time" Memphis Eschatology Conference
Are We Living in the Last Days?
The Memphis Eschatology Conference offers real answers about the critical and perplexing questions people have about the Parousia commonly known as the Second Coming of Christ. Registrants from Indiana, South Carolina, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Michigan, Mississippi, Colorado, New Mexico, Missouri, Ohio and Tenneesee already have secured their reservations. The speakers offer research based on scriptural and historical references which document the time and nature of Jesus' return.
Many bible students, church members, preachers and scholars are confused and perplexed about the imminent statements of Jesus' return, such as "at hand" "a very little while" "shortly to come to pass", and "this generation". Some have discredited Christianity because they believe Jesus failed to honor his predictions. This has negative and embarrassing consequences for the integrity of the Bible and Christianity.
Featured speakers have a combined 100-plus years experience in speaking and teaching in the U.S. and abroad on the subject of eschatology (the study of last things). Each speaker has held public and written debates with naysayers many of whom have retreated from the polemic platform.
Several popular radio and TV evangelists have created shame for Christianity by setting dates that have ended in utter failure. They reap millions of dollars from these failed speculative false prophecies while leaving unsuspecting Christians fraught with despair and disheartenment. Others have preached "Jesus is coming soon" until they are blue in the face and yet have no clue why he hasn't returned.
Christianity is being attacked as false by other religions such as Judaism and Islam because of Christians' inability to defend it and their fear to proclaim Jesus' emphatic teachings to return in a single generation. Some notable Christian scholars even claimed both Christ and the Apostles were mistaken about his return because they could not reconcile Scripture with their preconceived beliefs and doctrinal traditions.
Past surveys have shown many Christian ministers no longer believe in Jesus' teaching about his return and openly claim he lied. Some religious organizations are too indifferent and too afraid to take a stand for the Bible teaching on the end times and the last days. Some promote falsehoods that change with the direction of the wind while others fail to understand how their eschatology shapes worldview affecting every area of our lives.
Many Christians support Israel because they believe 1948 is Bible prophecy lending their full moral and financial support to bloodshed, violations of human rights and international laws. The world looks on in amazement! If you've ever wanted solid biblical answers to your questions about the last days, this conference is the place to be.
Each speaker will present lectures that are Bible-based, well-documented with Scripture using the Old Testament background allowing the Bible to interpret and explain New Testament fulfillment. The following are samples of questions they will answer.
- What does the Bible say about the end of the world? (2 Peter 3)
- Is the coming of the Lord imminent (soon)? (Jas. 5:8-9)
- Why did Jesus teach that some who stood in his presence would not die until they saw him return in glory? Did he fail to keep his promise? (Matt. 16:27-28)
- Whey did the Lord teach he would return before His generation passed away? (Matt.24:34)
- What did Jesus mean when he said "but of that day and hour no man knows", not even the Father, nor the Son? (Matt. 24:36)
- Are we living in the last days?, and more. (Heb. 1:1-2)
We have Bible answers!
Open Forum for Q & A on Saturday
Seating is limited. You are encouraged to register as soon as possible.
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William Bell, author, speaker and co-host of Two Guys and A Bible Radio Broadcast, with Don K. Preston, D. Div., is a gradulate of the Memphis School of Preaching and Christian Bible College and Seminary. He has taught covenant eschatology since 1979, speaks several times a year on Eschatology Conferences around the country and has traveled to three countries to share the message of Christ's return.