The Greatness of the Kingdom: An Inductive Study of the Kingdom of God

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BMH Books, 1968 - Religion - 556 pages
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This classic, penetrating analysis of the Kingdom of God as taught in both the Old and New Testaments has been republished in a handsome hardback dust jacket edition. This masterwork was written by the founding president of Grace Theological Seminary, who was a member of the Scofield Reference Bible Revision Committee and a charter member of the Evangelical Theological Society.

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This is probably the single best book on Christ and His Kingdom. If there was a man who understood "Kingdom Theology" it was A.J. McClain. Read full review

Contents

The Greatness of the Kingdom
3
Various Interpretative Ideas about the Kingdom
7
Definitions and Distinctions
16
Copyright

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Dr. Alva J. McClain was the founding president of Grace Theological Seminary and Grace College and served in that capacity from 1937 until his retirement in 1962, when he was named president emeritus. In addition, he served as professor of Christian theology at Grace Theological Seminary. He previously taught at the Philadelphia School of the Bible, the Bible Institute of Los Angeles, Ashland College, and Ashland Theological Seminary. A widely known lecturer and writer, he was a charter member of the Evangelical Theological Society, served on the Scofield Reference Bible Revision Committee, and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

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