Eschatology in General


Covenants — Everlasting and Historical

Titus 1: 1-4, Romans 5: 1-9

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces the Bible's many and precise covenanants between the triune God and human beings.

The Edenic Covenant

Genesis 2:8-17

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses the first of the divine covenants between God and man.

The Noahic Covenant

Genesis 6:18, 9:8-17

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains the covenant between God and Noah after the flood which establishes the Age of Human Government.

The Abrahamic Covenant, part I

Genesis 12:1-3, 15:7-21

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins this first of a three-part series on the covenant between God and Abraham. Dr. Johnson exposits the importance of this covenant to the doctrine of the kingdom.

The Abrahamic Covenant, part II

Romans 11:1-10

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his series on the critical covenant between God and Abraham. Dr. Johnson provides criticism of amillennial interpretations that diminish the significance of this particular covenant's fulfillment in the future.

The Abrahamic Covenant, part III

Romans 11:11-27

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his study of God's covenant with Abraham. Dr. Johnson details New Testament passages that support the covenant's future fulfillment.

The Mosaic Covenant, Exodus

Exodus 19:1-8, 24:1-8

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the institution of God's law with the Nation Israel and its purpose in the salvation of man through the ages.

The Palestinian Covenant

Deuteronomy 29, 30

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson exposits God's relationship with Israel as they took possession of the land of Palestine after their exodus. Dr. Johnson discusses the relevance of this possession to the present day.

The Davidic Covenant, part I

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the promise of God to the royal line of David.

The Davidic Covenant, part II

Revelation 3:7, 5:5, 22:16; Acts 13:26-37

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his lesson on the covenant between God and King David, stressing the fulfullment of God's promise in the future millennial kingdom of Christ after the Second Advent.