"The peculiarity of Paul's eschatology," is an explanatory study of Paul's theological thought, specifically relating to the ideas or teachings of the end-time (eschatology). It is remembered that eschatology is one of the doctrines in systematic theology that has not yet been fulfilled so it often leads to debate and often becomes a neglected doctrine because of the difficulty or error in interpreting the teaching. in this connection, this study intends to provide clarification and affirmation that Paul's belief in the events of the end times contained in his eschatological discussion is a fact that will really happen. In addition, this study also intends to convey the uniqueness or uniqueness of the end-time doctrine from the perspective of the apostle Paul. To realize that understanding, the author conducts a study of several Bible verses and the views of the experts in approaching the passages of Paul's eschatology. From this approach, there is some understanding of the peculiarities of Paul's eschatology whose impure theological thought is derived from himself, but his thoughts have had a significant influence, among them his background as a genuine Jew, his background of life stained by Greek thought, and that is primarily the influence of Paul's own Christian experience. Second, the peculiarity of Paul's eschatology is apparent through the notion of parousia, which refers to the notion of the second coming of Christ, the persistent perspective and hope of Paul in the second coming of Christ, and the deeply christological nuance found in his eschatological thought.