The Kingdom of God: The Biblical Concept and Its Meaning for the Church

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Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1953 - Bible - 288 pages
"This book, as its title indicates, is concerned with an idea of central importance in the theology of the Bible. It seeks to trace for the benefit of the general Bible reader the history of that idea and to suggest its contemporary relevance. By this means, it is hoped, a contribution may be made to the understanding of the scriptures. For the concept of the kingdom of God involves, in a real sense, the total message of the Bible."--Preface.

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Contents

THE PEOPLE OF GOD AND THE KINGDOM OF ISRAEL
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A KINGDOM UNDER JUDGMENT
45
A REMNANT SHALL REPENT
71
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