The Bible and the Future

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1994 - Bible - 343 pages
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User Review  - Simon Wartanian - Goodreads

Great book, a classical Amillennial eschatology. Solid critic to the opposing eschatologies, especially of Dispensationalism! My only disagreements are with the interpretation of Matthew 24 and a bit about Rev 20 that the first resurrection is not regeneration. Read full review

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User Review  - Robert Murphy - Goodreads

This is an excellent book on eschatology, if only a little dated. It's primary boogieman is Dispensational Premillennialism, which is roundly defeats! The discussion is getting more and more dated all ... Read full review

Contents

INAUGURATED ESCHATOLOGY
1
The Eschatological Outlook of the Old Testament
3
The Nature of New Testament Eschatology
13
The Meaning of History
23
The Kingdom of God
41
The Holy Spirit and Eschatology
55
The Tension Between the Already and the Not Yet
68
FUTURE ESCHATOLOGY
77
The Nature of the Second Coming
164
Major Millennial Views
173
A Critique of Dispensational Premillennialism
194
The Millennium of Revelation 20
223
The Resurrection of the Body
239
The Final Judgment
253
Eternal Punishment
265
The New Earth
274

Physical Death
79
Immortality
86
The Intermediate State
92
The Expectation of the Second Coming
109
The Signs of the Times
129
The Signs in Particular
137

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