Eschatological passages are found in many places in the Bible, both in the Old and the New Testaments.There are also many extrabiblical examples of eschatological prophecy, as well as church traditions.I am thankful for your ministry.""Because of this Christian penpals, I have become friends with a lady I consider one of my dearest friends. I have both the privilege and heartache of hearing from women in extremely difficult marriages. Another’s husband regularly comes home after midnight, refusing to share where he has been.Eschatology is an ancient branch of study in Christian theology, informed by Biblical texts such as the Olivet discourse, The Sheep and the Goats, and other discourses of end times by Jesus, with the doctrine of the Second Coming discussed by Paul of Tarsus The growing modern interest in eschatology is tied to developments in Anglophone Christianity.Puritans in the 18th and 19th centuries were particularly interested in a postmillennial hope which surrounded Christian conversion.As a Christian who believes in the sanctity of the marriage covenant, I am hesitant to ever recommend divorce.As Jesus said in Mark 10:9, “Let no one split apart what God has joined together.” However, I don’t recommend that women stay stuck in a relationship that is abusive, destructive, or riddled with betrayal; hence, the option of separation.
Some believe that re-marriage to another is never allowed unless one of the spouses dies, but others suggest that it is permissible when adultery and abandonment occur.Fortunately, most states now allow for legal separation, which addresses sensitive areas like money, safety, and child custody.I find that many couples are unwilling to consider separation because they don’t understand the purpose for it.Christians in North Korea are facing persecution that is likely "on par" with the level of persecution that the Early Christian Church faced under Roman emperor Nero, a prominent human rights activist said during a Capitol Hill briefing Wednesday.A Yazidi activist, known as the Islamic State terror group's "most wanted woman," said she will continue to fight on the global stage for the 3,400 girls and as many as 1,000 children whom the radicals are torturing and using as sex slaves.