Westminster Seminary California

Valiant for Truth - Eschatology and Last things

On the myth of moral progress and decline

I used to spend Friday mornings with an elderly widower in my congregation. He was a friendly individual and we used to talk about a number of things: history, theology, politics, life, and personal experiences. He was a man who had numerous and interesting stories, such as dropping a bomb on a whale (but that’s a story for another time).

Basics of the Reformed Faith: The New Heavens and Earth
Kim Riddlebarger

When people speak of heaven, they often use images of their favorite places (i.e., the beach, or Yosemite), or they describe some sort of disembodied existence where their immortal soul will finally be set free from the limitations imposed upon it by the human body.

Basics of the Reformed Faith: The Second Coming
Kim Riddlebarger

The biblical account of the redemption of our fallen race takes many twists and turns throughout the course of redemptive history.  But the story comes to a glorious resolution when we come to the final chapter of the story.

Follow-up on Harold Camping

Last year the web was buzzing with Harold Camping's prediction about the end of the world. Camping's organization spent millions of dollars on various forms of advertisements to warn people of the inpending consummation.

On Salvation and TV Absurdity

A number of years ago a young boy had a near death experience, which is recounted in the best-selling book Heaven Is For Real: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story Of His Trip to Heaven and Back