Tag: Eschatology (End Times)

Eschatology (End Times)

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  • Meaning Of The Millennium

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    Prof Clouse has brought together four proponents of the four major millennial views:each view has had both a long history and a host of Christian adherents through the years. George Ladd presents historic premillennialism. Hoyt writes on dispenstional premillennialism.

    Boettner retired theologian discusses the postmillennial view. And finally Hoekema describes the amillennial position. After each essay the other three writers respond from their own perspective. This book is a debate among key Christian scholars on the meaning of the millennium.

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  • 3 Central Issues In Contemporary Dispensationalism

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    Significant reading for traditionalists and progressives alike. Darrell L. Bock and other dispensational scholars from Dallas Theological Seminary debate the interpretation of Scripture; the Abrahamic, Davidic, and new covenants; and the relationship between Israel and the church. Straightforward yet congenial, says Charles Swindoll in the foreword. Includes a bibliography and Scripture, author, and subject indexes.

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  • 4 Views On The Book Of Revelation

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    1. A Preterist View OF Revelation / Kenneth L. Gentry Jr.
    2. An Idealist View Of Revelation / Sam Hamstra Jr.
    3. A Progessive Dispensationalist View Of Revelation / C. Marvin Pate
    4. A Classical Dispensationalist View Of Revelation / Robert L. Thomas
    249 Pages

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    As we enter a new millennium, the book that speaks of the Millennium is once again hugely popular. Its images capture the imagination: four horsemen who bring death and destruction, the Antichrist, the beast with ten horns, the ultimate battle at Armageddon, and of course, 666, the mark of the beast, variously interpreted to signify everything from Hitler and Khrushchev to credit cards and the Internet.

    Is the book of Revelation really a blueprint for the future that simply needs decoding if we want to understand current events-or should we read it as a book of powerful imagery, of profound warning and ultimate promise that speaks to the church through the ages.

    Four Views on the Book of Revelation focuses specifically on the book of Revelation and the primary ways in which it is read and understood today. It shows how the various views interpret Revelation as well as why. The four views discussed are the preterist, idealist, dispensationalist futurist, and progressive dispensationalist views. Each is presented by a proponent who also interacts with the other three views.

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  • Thy Kingdom Come

    $16.29

    25 Chapters
    360 Pages

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    Noted Bible teacher J. Dwight Pentecost traces the sweeping history of the kingdom program from eternity past to eternity future, relating it to the development of the covenant promises. Some of the key issues discussed in the book include:

    How do interpretations of the kingdom of God differ?
    How can we distinguish the various covenants of the Old Testament?
    How does the church relate to the covenants made with Israel?
    What will the future kingdom be like?

    While Dr. Pentecost’s study of the kingdom represents thirty years of scholarly research and teaching, his style can be readily appreciated by the general Christian reader. Thoroughly indexed by Scripture reference and subject, Thy Kingdom Come is a welcome resource for anyone seeking a more complete understanding of God’s kingdom program.

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  • Hell On Trial

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    264 Pages

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    Is the concept of hell outdated? No, says Peterson, who offers you a penetrating look at both the bad news—and the Good News—in this compelling case for eternal punishment. Examining the competing views such as agnosticism and universalism, he helps you evaluate these current denials and modifications in light of solid biblical evidence.

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  • Case For Progressive Dispensationalism

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    Debate abounds on the future of Israel and Israel’s relation to the church, not only between dispensationalists and non-dispensationalists, but among dispensationalists themselves. In the past that debate has sometimes been acrimonious, and proponents of the differing viewpoints have found little common ground. In recent years, however, views have been modified and developed so that the dialogue is increasingly by cooperation and a mutual exploration of diverse ideas. The Case for Progressive Dispensationalism is intended to enlighten the debate in that same irenic spirit. The book is solidly dispensational in perspective in affirming that the Old Testament prophecies are completely fulfilled in the future, that the nation of Israel has a prophetic future, and that Israel is not the church. Dr. Saucy departs from classic dispensationalism, however, in showing that (1) the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy begins in the present church age, and (2) the church is not a parenthesis in God’s program but represents a continuity with the Old Testament messianic program. This modified dispensationalism seeks to satisfy many of the objections of non-dispensational approaches to eschatology while retaining the crucial elements of biblical interpretation that characterize dispensational thought.

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  • Dispensationalism Israel And The Church

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    The relationship between Israel and the church is a crucial reference point in theology, especially in distinguishing between dispensational and nondispensational ways of thinking. The thesis of this book is that Israel and the church are distinct theological institutions that have arisen in the historical progress of divine revelation. But they are also related as successive phases of a redemptive program that is historically progressive and eschatologically converging. The approach to these issues here is neither polemical nor apologetic; rather, it anticipates a convergence among evangelical scholars in the recognition of both continuity and discontinuity in the Israel-church relationship. This book has three purposes: – To offer a contemporary dispensational treatment of that relationship through an exegetical examination of key texts with a focus on theological concerns – To foster genuine dialogue with nondispensational thinkers regarding major biblical themes tied to the plan of God – To identify the changes in dispensational thought that have developed since the publication of Charles Ryrie’s book Dispensationalism Today in 1965.

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  • Things To Come

    $25.99

    33 Chapters

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    A Landmark Text in the Field of Bible Prophecy

    This remarkable book by Dr. J Dwight Pentecost draws together the entire field of prophecy into a unified whole, a systematic and complete eschatology.

     

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  • Theocratic Kingdom 3 Volume Set

    $133.65

    THE THEOCRATIC KINGDOM is one of the most exhaustive premil lennial works ever written on the kingdom of God. Manifest ing profound scholarship and extensive reading in literature, history, science, theology, and prophecy, Peters quotes from over 4,000 different authorities, from the early church fathers to the end of the nineteenth century. Out of a life-long study of biblical prophecy and pastoral ministry, Peters unfolds the entire scope of prophetic truth related to the kingdom. A series of 206 propositions, established from Scripture, forms the framework for an exegetical investigation of these great eschatological themes. George N.H. Peters (1825-1909) was born in New Berlin, PA, graduated from Wittenberg College, and later pastored a number of Lutheran churches in Ohio.

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