Glossary for Lessons 1-3

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individual eschatology

the study of how individual human beings experience the events of the last days (e.g. - life, death, intermediate state, etc.)



the theological term used to describe Jesus' act of veiling his divine glory during his first advent


moral ability

the idea that regenerate human beings have the capacity to please God and merit his blessings

moral inability

the idea that that unregenerate human beings have no capacity to please God or merit his blessings



belief that most prophecies in the book of Revelation were fulfilled in the first century after Christ's birth


theological term for "the first gospel" or the first promise of redemption found in Genesis 3:15



recreated or reborn; spiritually renewed



Hebrew term (transliteration) used in the Old Testament to refer to the place of departed spirits, both the righteous and the wicked (e.g. - Psalm 9:17)


the age to come

'olam habbah' in Hebrew, a phrase used by rabbis and leaders in Israel to describe the future age of righteousness, love, joy and peace that would follow the exile; time when all of God's purposes will be fulfilled; also known as “the last days,” “the kingdom of God,” and "the age of a new covenant"

the great tribulation

a time when demons will empower false prophets to perform misleading signs and wonders

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