In this collection of essays by key thinkers in the debate on eschatology, new ideas are added to curren t thought on the subject. The essays represent the best of t he Tyndale Fellowship Triennial Conference of 1997. '
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The third triennial Tyndale Fellowship conference of the 1990's once again generated a high quality of papers worthy of publication. Supplemented by a few additional essays prepared just for this volume, this collection ranges widely over significant, contemporary issues crucial to understanding biblical eschatology. Not afraid to take controversial stands in places, this anthology will stimulate scholars and pastors alike. Many thanks to the editors for making these papers more widely accessible. --Craig L. Bloomberg, Professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary, Denver, Colorado
I have believed for a long time that 'eschatology' is such a slippery term that it should be banned from theological discourse! I therefore welcome all the more enthusiastically this book, which will help to clarify discussion in this area and enable Christians to think biblically and systematically about God's purpose for the future of his world and his people. --I. Howard Marshall, Professor of New Testament Exegesis, University of Aberdeen
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Book Description Apollos, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0851114601