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Mobile Ed: Jon Paulien Biblical Eschatology Bundle (2 courses)
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Mobile Ed: Jon Paulien Biblical Eschatology Bundle (2 courses)


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Dr. Jon Paulien draws from his scholarship on Revelation and biblical eschatology and his Seventh-day Adventist background to explain how Old Testament and New Testament authors thought about the end times. Whether or not you come from an SDA background, Dr. Paulien’s courses will give you a fresh perspective on eschatology and how we are called to live today in light of it.

Individual Courses

NT386 Seventh-day Adventist Perspective on Revelation

  • Instructor: Jon Paulien
  • Video hours: 9

In this course, Dr. Paulien offers a Seventh-day Adventist perspective on the book of Revelation. He walks you through the text, focusing on its literary structure and its relationship to the book of Daniel, and the significance of these for an Adventist understanding of the book. He helps you understand core Adventist beliefs and why they matter for today’s Christian.


  • Why Seventh-day Adventism?
  • An Adventist Approach to Revelation
  • Grounded in the Book of Daniel
  • Revelation 10 and Daniel
  • Revelation 12 and Christian History
  • Revelation 12 and the Cosmic Conflict
  • Revelation 13 and the Unholy Trinity
  • Revelation 13 and History
  • Revelation 14 and the Gospel
  • Revelation 14 and the Sabbath
  • The End-Time Remnant

BI290 A Biblical Theology of End Times

  • Instructor: Jon Paulien
  • Video hours: 8

This course will give you a view of eschatology as seen through the whole of Scripture. Dr. Paulien begins with the roots of eschatology in Genesis and takes you through the prophecies in the Old Testament, Jewish apocalyptic literature, the Gospels, Paul’s letters, and finally to Revelation. He helps you understand the text by explaining what the biblical authors believed in their time and place about the last days.



  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Unit 1: The Discipline of Biblical Eschatology

  • Defining Terms
  • Biblical and Philosophical Studies
  • Exegetical and Theological Studies
  • Using the Guides to Find Eschatological Passages
  • A Bridge between Disciplines
  • The Methodology of Biblical Theology
  • Eschatology: The Ultimate Big Picture
  • Biblical Eschatology as a Corrective

Unit 2: The Roots of Old Testament Eschatology

  • Basic Principles
  • The Flood Story
  • Noah’s Eschatology
  • The Abrahamic Promise
  • The Abrahamic Eschatology
  • The Exodus
  • The Deuteronomic Covenant
  • Using Cultural Concepts to Discover Ancient Near Eastern Parallels

Unit 3: The Nature of Old Testament Eschatology

  • The Eschatology of the Prophets
  • A Triple Transformation
  • Transformation of the Nation
  • Transformation of the People
  • Transformation of the Natural World
  • The Eschatological War: Immediate Resistance
  • The Eschatological War: Deferred Resistance
  • Discovering the Bible’s Use of Imagery in Describing War

Unit 4: The Eschatology of Jewish Apocalyptic

  • Roots in the Preprophetic Period
  • Roots in the Early Prophets
  • Finding Resources that Discuss the Divine Assembly’s Eschatological Role
  • Roots in the Later Prophets
  • The Context for Jewish Apocalyptic
  • The End of Prophecy
  • Israel in the Persian Empire
  • The Events of 167 BC
  • Reinterpreting the Prophets
  • Characteristics of Apocalyptic Eschatology: Two Ages
  • Characteristics of Apocalyptic Eschatology: Messianism
  • A Summary of Jewish Apocalyptic Eschatology

Unit 5: New Testament Eschatology

  • The Two Ages in the New Testament
  • Using Searches to Discover Apocalyptic Ideas in the New Testament
  • The Development of Apocalyptic
  • Paul and Apocalyptic Eschatology
  • What’s New in New Testament Apocalyptic
  • The Impact of Paul’s Conversion
  • The Dawning of the New Age
  • All Things in Christ
  • A New Israel in Christ
  • Using a Bible Book Guide and Clippings to Do Research
  • Worldwide Israel

Unit 6: The Synoptic Apocalypse

  • The Synoptic Problem
  • The Relevant Passages
  • The Triple Tradition
  • Matthew: Jesus’ Authority and Presence
  • Tracing the Ideas of Authority and the Son of Man in the Septuagint
  • Matthew: The Context
  • Matthew: Unique Details
  • Matthew: “Watching” for His Return
  • Luke: The Journey to Jerusalem
  • Luke: Life in the Interim
  • Luke: The Eschatological Sermon
  • Luke: Eschatological Ethics
  • Mark: Types of End-Time Sayings
  • Mark: “This Generation Shall Not Pass Away”
  • Mark: Parallel with Revelation
  • Mark: Fulfillment of the Signs

Unit 7: The Eschatology of John

  • The Background of John’s Eschatology
  • The Two Ages in John’s Gospel
  • Finding Textual Variants with the NET Bible Notes
  • A Realized Eschatology
  • A Sample Theme: Judgment
  • The Difference Eschatology Makes

Unit 8: The Thessalonian Letters

  • The Church at Thessalonica
  • Overview of 1 Thessalonians
  • Paul’s Eschatology in 1 Thessalonians, Part 1
  • Paul’s Eschatology in 1 Thessalonians, Part 2
  • The Context of 2 Thessalonians
  • Paul’s Little Apocalypse
  • Paul’s Basic Answer
  • The Restrainer
  • The Restrainer: Considering the Options
  • The Identity of the Restrainer
  • Using Notes Files to Help Organize Research
  • The Lawless One

Unit 9: The Book of Revelation

  • The Seven Seals
  • The Seven Trumpets
  • The Great War
  • The Battle of Armageddon
  • Using the Factbook to Connect Places and Events
  • The Second Coming

Unit 10: The Order of End-Times Events

  • Prophecy and Fulfillment
  • Worldwide Alliances
  • Worldwide Polarization
  • The Final Attack and Christ’s Response
  • The Final Destruction of Evil


  • The Value of Eschatology

Product Details

  • Title: Jon Paulien Biblical Eschatology Bundle
  • Instructors: Jon Paulien
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 2
  • Video Hours: 17

About Jon Paulien

Dr. Jon Paulien is professor of New Testament and dean of the School of Religion at Loma Linda University. He specializes in the study of the Johannine literature in the New Testament (Gospel of John and book of Revelation) and the intersection of faith with contemporary culture. He is the author of over 25 books, including Everlasting Gospel, Ever-Changing World: Introducing Jesus to a Skeptical Generation; John: The Beloved Gospel; The Day That Changed the World: Seeking God after September 11; and Everyday Faith: How to Have an Authentic Relationship with God in the Real World.

Dr. Paulien has also written over 100 articles (appearing in journals including Ministry, the Journal of Biblical Literature, Andrews University Seminary Studies, and the Adventist Review), scholarly papers, and other publications. He has taught and presented in several countries and takes special delight in presenting his material to non-specialists who can put it to practical use in the real world.

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