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  1. Eschatology tells about what awaits a person at the end of history (Greek: eschatos – last, logos-knowledge). The main events that eschatology considers: world catastrophes, the coming of the Antichrist, the second coming of Christ, the universal resurrection and judgment, life in eternity.

    In addition to the universal, there can also be personal eschatology – what awaits a person at the end of his personal history, after his death.

    Soteriology is about salvation (soteria-salvation). Soteriology studies how Jesus saved all people in general and what a person needs to do to be saved and live forever.

    In some places eschatology and soteriology overlap, because God directs the entire history of mankind to our salvation. Eternal life is the consummation of our salvation.

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