Essays on Eschatology Third Edition: An Introductory Overview of the Study of Last things

Essays on Eschatology Third Edition: An Introductory Overview of the Study of Last things

by Samuel G. Dawson

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Essays on Eschatology Third Edition: An Introductory Overview of the Study of Last things by Samuel G. Dawson

Eschatology, the study of last things, is concerned with time. Futurists believe that much of eschatology is still future. Because of the imminence statements in the gospels and epistles, preterists (including the author) believe all of the last things (the return of Christ, the judgment, and the resurrection) were all fulfilled in Jesus' generation. This volume deals with the importance of time to God and His faithfulness in fulfillment of prophecies concerning time. Major topics discussed are the Olivet Discourse, II Peter 3, and Paul's preaching and teaching on the resurrection. One major section of this book deals with the afterlife: Hell, the Rich Man & Lazarus, and immortality. Another deals with the faithless foundation of dispensational premillennialism. A last collection of topics includes The Importance of the Old Testament to Christians, Zionism, and Frequently-Asked Questions.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781548832780
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/11/2017
Pages: 636
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.28(d)

About the Author

A physics and mathematics graduate from Texas Tech University, Samuel G. Dawson did research in celestial mechanics and intercontinental missile guidance in the aerospace industry before preparing to preach the gospel of Christ. In twenty-two years of public teaching, he did extensive live call-in radio work daily for eight years and participated in a number of religious debates. Sam's scientific background has given him an inquisitive, logical, and thorough approach to the scriptures and a reputation for making Bible students re-think teaching they've taken for granted. Sam drew on decades of experience working with local congregations to write Fellowship: With God and His People: The Way of Christ Without Denominationalism. In Marriage, Divorce, & Remarriage: The Uniform Teaching of Moses, Jesus, & Paul, Sam demonstrates how Moses, Jesus, and Paul all taught the same thing about this controversial subject. The Teaching of Jesus: From Sinai to Gehenna: A Faithful Rabbi Urgently Warns Rebellious Israel shows how many people take Jesus' teaching out of the context of the people he preached to and misapply it to our day. His sixth book, How to Study the Bible: A Practical Guide to Independent Bible Study, helps students avoid depending on professionals for their Bible knowledge.

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