Cómo entender el futuro: Una de las siete partes de la teología sistemática de Grudem [NOOK Book]

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Con una escritura clara, un enfoque contemporáneo y enfatizando cómo el cristiano de hoy debe entender y aplicar cada doctrina, «Futuro» explora el cumplimiento de la Escritura: la Segunda Venida de Cristo. Sus temas incluyen los conceptos principales sobre el Milenio: el amilenarismo, según el cual el Reino de Cristo ya está aquí; el postmilenarismo, según el cual Cristo volverá después del Milenio, y el premilenarismo, según el cual Cristo volverá antes del Milenio. Cualquiera que sea el punto de vista del ...
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Cómo entender el futuro: Una de las siete partes de la teología sistemática de Grudem

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Overview

Con una escritura clara, un enfoque contemporáneo y enfatizando cómo el cristiano de hoy debe entender y aplicar cada doctrina, «Futuro» explora el cumplimiento de la Escritura: la Segunda Venida de Cristo. Sus temas incluyen los conceptos principales sobre el Milenio: el amilenarismo, según el cual el Reino de Cristo ya está aquí; el postmilenarismo, según el cual Cristo volverá después del Milenio, y el premilenarismo, según el cual Cristo volverá antes del Milenio. Cualquiera que sea el punto de vista del lector, el resultado final de todo está claro: Cristo volverá de manera física, visible, personal y repentina. Escrito en un tono amistoso, «Futuro» apela tanto a las emociones y al espíritu como al intelecto, ayuda a superar ideas erróneas, a tomar mejores decisiones y a crecer espiritualmente.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780829760552
  • Publisher: Vida
  • Publication date: 12/4/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Cómo Entender
  • Sold by: Zondervan Publishing
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 112
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Wayne Grudem es profesor de investigación de Teología y Estudios Bíblicos del Seminario Phoenix, en Phoenix, Arizona. Obtuvo los títulos de licenciado en arte en Harvard, master en divinidades en el Seminario Westminster, y doctor en filosofía
en Cambridge. Es autor de más de quince libros, incluyendo el éxito de librería Teología Sistemática.
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