Exploring comparisons and contrasts between secular futurology and Christian eschatology and secular futurology raises questions about every organization’s mission and its reason for being. Braaten (1979) says “The future in secular futurology is reached by a process of the world’s becoming. The future in Christian eschatology arrives by the coming of God
’s kingdom.” For years, there have been profound dynamisms in this crossroads between the Christian eschatology and secular futurology.
Secular futurology represents an interdisciplinary field, which studies only yesterday's and today's changes, to accumulate and analyze both nonprofessional and professional strategies with respect to tomorrow’s future. Analysis includes sources, patterns,