Sanctification - Systematic theology
The literal imminent return of the Lord Jesus Christ at the end of the present dispensation. According to pretribulational theology, the return of Christ is viewed as having two distinct aspects separated by the 7 years of the Tribulation Period. The first aspect of Christ's second coming will his coming to the air above the earth to rapture to himself of all those, living and dead, who have are born-again believers in him. At the end of the 7-year Tribulation period, Christ will return to earth with the hosts of heaven and believers from the rapture, riding a white horse, coming in the clouds of heaven all the way to touch the earth on the Mount of Olives.
The eternal conscious torment and separation from God experienced by all unbelievers in the Lake of Fire. (Revelation 20:11-15)
See also: First Resurrection; Great White Throne Judgment; Lake of Fire; Second Resurrection
The resurrection of the wicked and unbelievers of all ages to their final judgment before the Great White Throne as described in Revelation 20:11-15.
See also: First Resurrection; Great White Throne Judgment; Lake of Fire; Second Death
Second Vatican Council
Second work of grace
Signs and Wonders Movement
In Roman Catholic theology, an act of sin that deprives the soul of sanctifying grace, such that if they die in this condition, they will be lost and separated from God, experiencing eternal torment in hell. The stain of mortal sin can be removed through the sacrament of penance.
See: Sin, Venial
A generally Roman Catholic to describe the stain of sin on the soul that results in the loss of divine friendship and death of the soul. This sin is ultimately the result of the of the "original sin of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden." if someone dies with the stain of original sin on their soul, they were be lost and separated from God, experiencing eternal torment in hell. The stain of originally sin can be removed through valid Catholic baptism, which should be sought to be administered to young children as soon as practical as possible.
In Protestant Churches, Original Sin is often considered to be restricted to the actual act of sin by Adam and Eve, while the consequence of this sin is that the descendants of Adam and Eve are born with a sin nature
See: Sin, Mortal; Sin, Venial
In Roman Catholic theology, sin which does not deprive the soul of sanctifying grace, such that if the sinner dies in this condition, they will go to Purgatory to purge and cleanse them from their sin . The stain of venial sin can be removed through the sacrament of penance. All who die with only venial sin on their soul will eventually reach heaven after spending an indefinite period of time paying for any remaining penalty for their sins in Purgatory.
See: Sin, Mortal
The technical theological term for the study of the doctrine of salvation.
The view that between the time of one's physical death and the resurrection, the soul sleeps rather than goes into the presence of the Lord
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