This article considers the history and theology of Mormonism. It offers an account of the life of Joseph Smith, then an outline of the Book of Mormon, followed by some further history of the movement, the story of Brigham Young, and then a discussion of some of the important doctrines. It offers a separate section on the matter of polygamy in Mormonism, and concludes with a suggestion on how to approach Mormons.
This article discusses the idea of the millennium—when it starts and ends. It briefly notes the various views on the millennium, and opts for a view known as "realized millennialism," or amillennialism. The author shows how this discussion is directly connected to how one views the book of Revelation, and the meaning of the number 1,000 in Revelation 20.
This article discusses the return of Christ, specifically, where the Bible speaks of it, how it will happen, what will the reactions be, as well as how everyone will see him.
This article discusses the doctrine of the resurrection of the dead. There will be a twofold resurrection at the end of time. The article reflects on the current whereabouts of believers and unbelievers who have died. It explains the meaning of Sheol and Gehenna. Lastly, it discourages the practice of cremation.