Marvin R. Vincent: Note on 'eternal destruction' (Olethron Aionion)

Marvin R. Vincent: Note on ‘eternal destruction’ (Olethron Aionion)

"They will be punished with eternal destruction (olethron aionion)" (2 Thes. 1:9). Aionios means enduring through or pertaining to a period of time. Both the noun and the adjective are applied to limited periods. Thus the phrase eis ton aiona, habitually rendered forever, is often used of duration which is ...
Thomas Allin: "Aion and Aionios"

Thomas Allin: “Aion and Aionios”

On the words often translated "eternity" and "eternal" in the Bible. From Thomas Allin's Christ Triumphant ...
Joseph E. Kirk: The eons of the Bible

Joseph E. Kirk: The eons of the Bible

"God’s purpose in creating man, and God’s purpose of the eons are inseparably related. Many are unfamiliar with this important subject because the facts have been concealed by incorrect and misleading translations of the Bible from the original languages into English."–Joseph E. Kirk ...