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The Last Days According to Jesus

Last Days According to Jesus

by R. C. Sproul

'Ligonier Ministries'

What did Jesus mean when He said to His disciples that some of them would not taste death until they saw the Son of Man coming in His kingdom? What is meant when the book of Revelation says that the things prophesied therein "must soon take place"? Comments such as these have raised many questions, causing some to conclude that Jesus was wrong about the time of His second coming. In this series, R.C. Sproul examines the time-texts associated with the Olivet Discourse and the book of Revelation, demonstrating that when properly understood, they are actually strong evidence for the truthfulness of Scripture. (Click here to purchase DVD from Ligonier Ministries')

The Last Days According to Jesus - 12 Lectures


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Herb Frizzell Sr says...
Dr. Sproul: I saw your comments on Matthew 13:39 about the NKJV in Matt. 13:39, 40 better translates "world" as "age", better than the KJV as you pointed out. In addition, notice the Greek word (English word END) in Matthew 13:39, 40, and also 49, which is "sunteleia". This Greek word "sunteleia" is also used by the disciples in the question to Jesus in Matthew 24:3. The disciples therefore are asking about the very end of the age and not about the "fall" of Jerusalem. The narrative of Matthew 24 uses the Greek lesser word "telos" for the fall of Jerusalem in Matthew 24:13. Thanks. Herb
8th August 2016 6:48am
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