The end of which world (aeon, age)?
In regards to teachings about eschatological topics, the expression "the end of the world" or "end of the age", etc seems of great importance and a key to understanding the topics correctly.
Hebr 9:26 (AV)
For then must he often have suffered since the foundation of the world: but now once in the end of the world hath he appeared to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself.
This passage is speaking about the appearance of the Messiah Jesus almost 2000 years ago and rather clearly states that the time when Jesus lived on earth and accomplished the work of redemption with his sacrifice of himself as sin-offering was "now ... in the end of the world". Obviously, the "now" is a reference to the then present now, not to our current day now. And the then present time - almost 2000 years ago - is said to have been "in the end of the world"
How dare theologians then claim that "the end of the world" is still future, even almost 2 millennia after the time which Scripture defines as "the end of the world" ??