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|Title||Rethinking Theology: The Shadow of the Apocalypse|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2007|
|Authors||Faulconer, James E.|
|Journal||The FARMS Review|
|Keywords||Apocalypse; Conversion; Restoration; Theology|
The New Testament repeatedly refers to the Apocalypse, insinuating that the end of the world is forthcoming. However, Faulconer suggests that the Apocalypse must begin with a restoration of gospel truths, and such a restoration can occur on an individual level. When Christ taught about an Apocalypse, he may have been referring to the conversion that each person experiences as he or she accepts these truths.
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