Eschatology is the study of theology with main concerns of death, judgment and the destiny of the soul. Christian teachings believe that right after you die you will be judged. You will either go to Heaven, Purgatory or hell. Heaven:
Heaven is known as eternal life where everything is peaceful and right. This is there perfect place for eternity. Purgatory:
Purgatory a place or state where suffering is induced for souls who have sinned and want to explain their sins before going to heaven. The person in purgatory goes to through Parousia where Jesus reappears and gives his last judgement for the soul to go to either heaven or hell. Hell:
Hell is the opposite of heaven, it is eternal suffering because of big sins the soul has committed and has not asked for forgiveness. Paul’s religion was grounded in eschatology. His hopes and passion of Christianity and his perspective of the future centred in eschatology. Paul writes following his first letter, he was preoccupied with the second coming of Jesus. He writes a second Eschatology letter (Thessalonians 1:1-7a). He writes many letters to the Thessalonians concerning eschatology, asking them to pray and may Jesus always be with them. Paul also reveals “the mystery of Christ” in Eph. 3:4. Paul believed to understand the eschatology you have to also understand Christology. Paul’s relationship with his eschatology was based much on revelation of the Old Testament. Paul's preaching of the gospel is according to the Scriptures (Rom. 1:17; 3:28; cf. Rom. 4; Gal. 3:6 ff.; 4:21 ff.; I Cor. 10:1-10; Rom. 15:4; I Cor. 9:10; 2 Tim. 3:16). This use of the Old Testament by Paul is further to be judged in detail, a most basic idea of Christ's advent and work lies at the root of this whole appeal and use of the divine god being realized and fulfilled in his advent and work; this fulfilment was not only foretold by the prophets, but signifies the execution of the divine plan of salvation that he purposely...
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