It seems the deeper I get into Eschatology, the more questions even outside of it, come up. Biblical views and questions, I've never considered. Being someone who wants to know the truth wherever that leads, its exciting on one hand and scary on the other.
Less than 40 years ago, every denomination and belief had most if not all of its roots in their own biblical tradition. Whatever church you grew up in, most likely was the view you held as a Christian. Only by accessing a library and studying different points of view or actually engaging with others of opposing views and truly trying to see where they got their doctrine, could you even come close to understanding just how deep rooted (or not) and thought out many of these beliefs are/were.
Much debate around what the original languages Hebrew and Greek etc..and just how they are translated is often at the center of differing views. While we could stand on the belief that God has preserved His Word and we don't need to know Hebrew and Greek, I've found in studying this out, its not that simple. Language does make a difference in some instances and often times, could change an entire viewpoint. For example, some translations do recognize this as it concerns the word "world". In original language, this is sometimes better translated "age", which does make a difference.
What is interesting now, we have all of these traditions, beliefs, biblical scholars (many versed in Greek and Hebrew), involved in social media groups, web-sites, You-Tube, etc. This does lead to information overload, but as its sorted out over time and sifted by a majority, I do believe we will have much greater understanding of the biblical text, including Eschatology.
Caution must be taken of course, as some run with ideas to the extreme and turn a good thing into a bad thing, but overall, time will sort these out to fringe movements and beliefs. It won't be easy though. The current church with its established tradition might not like what is coming, but just like the Catholic Church during the reformation sought to stomp it out, if its of God, it will eventually flourish and if not, it won't.
So could there be a renewed reformation on the way? Perhaps.