1. Gospel Urgency or Eschatological Fad?
John Yeats writes an interesting post with the Southern Baptist Conventions fascination between missiology and Matthew 24:14. How does our mission outreach as Christians prime Heaven for the Eschaton? This is a good look at conservative eschatology. Spend 5 minutes and read about what we weren't taught.
Mike Kimel writes a very interesting treatment of a secular political eschatology and predictions. I like to this because I think it is important to see how the religious pattern of predictions and even the idea of "the end" being a cataclysmic event has seeped into society as a whole.
4. Evangelical Anxieites #5- The End of the World.
The late and great Michael Spencer wrote this a few years ago, and the folks that run internetmonk.com have reposted it. This is one of the better conservative evangelical approaches to the reasoning behind having good Eschatology. I cannot think of the limitations of this post.