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Basic Guide to Eschatology, A
Basic Guide to Eschatology, A
Basic Guide to Eschatology, A

Basic Guide to Eschatology, A

Product ID : 36548067
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Galleon Product ID 36548067
UPC / ISBN 0801058368
Shipping Weight 0.69 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Manufacturer Baker Books
Shipping Dimension 8.27 x 5.51 x 0.47 inches
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Author Millard J. Erickson
Edition Revised
Number Of Pages 200
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 1998-12-01
Release Date 1998-12-01
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Product Description A leading evangelical theologian provides a comprehensive examination of the various evangelical views of the millennium (and other eschatological subjects). Review Erickson has been fair in stating and evaluating the various views. . . . This book is a good place to begin in your quest for your own convictions. -- Russ Bush, Southwestern Journal of Theology Erickson is to be commended for the fair, balanced, and careful treatment he has given to each position. -- Earl Radmacher, Eternity Has value for all students of prophecy. -- Prairie Overcomer Lucid and well-organized. . . . Each chapter begins with an overview of the position, followed by a short history, and then a more detailed defense. A brief evaluation . . . concludes the discussion of each position. -- Douglas Erlandson, Christian Scholars Review Puts forth clearly and responsibly historically held post-, a-, and premillennial views. . . . A balanced and fair book. -- Robert Coughenour, Reformed Review Useful for understanding options that have been and remain important for a large number of Christian churches. -- ADRIS Newsletter About the Author Millard J. Erickson is Distinguished Professor of Theology at Baylor University's Truett Seminary and at Western Seminary, Portland. He is a leading evangelical spokesperson with numerous volumes to his credit, including Christian Theology, Does It Matter What I Believe? and Postmodernizing the Faith.