Christian History Timeline: The End

The End has a rather unusual timeline (PDF), actually four different timelines, each of its four diagrams showing the progression of end time events according to a major school of interpretation: Historic Premillennialism, Amillennialism, Dispensationalism, and Postmillennialism. [Mid-tribulationism, post-tribulationism, and pre-wrath rapturism, not shown, are considered variants of Dispensationalism. Africanus’s scheme in which Christ has already fulfilled the first three and a half years of Daniel’s seventh week would be a variant of Historic Premillennialsim.]

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[Christian History originally published this article in Christian History Issue #61 in 1999]

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