THE vivid description in the twenty-fourth chapter of Matthew, in which "the coming of the Son of man" is linked with an appalling array of tragic events, has given rise to no end of speculation and controversy among theologians. Interpreted materially, the scenes portrayed in this word-picture seem to disclose the avenging hand of a God of wrath.
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