If the title of this post means nothing to you, that’s ok. But I want you to know that you should know what this means. Why? Because like the explosive force of a ball rocketing off a bat, already and not yet theology has launched across evangelical churches.
In short, already-not-yet (ANY) claims that biblical promises are fulfilled in the present age yet are consummated (finally fulfilled) in a future age. For example, the kingdom is present today in our heart (or in the church, etc) but will have a super fulfillment when Jesus returns. Continue reading