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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Anthony C Thiselton
|Description:||xvii, 251 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Death, dying, and the meaning of life --
Things not seen --
The sacraments, the covenant, and the Bible : completing the argument for doubters --
Waiting and expecting --
Two apparent problems : the intermediate state or immediately with Christ? Will there be a "millennium"? --
The return of Christ --
The resurrection of the dead --
Is holiness given at once in the resurrection, or gradually in purgatory? What does "eternal" mean? --
Claims about "hell" and wrath --
The last judgment and justification by grace through faith --
The beatific vision of God : from glory to glory, the final state of the redeemed --
The beatific vision and trinitarian work of God : more on the final state of the redeemed.
|Responsibility:||Anthony C. Thiselton.|
Writing in the wake of a near-fatal stroke, theologian Anthony C. Thiselton addresses death and what comes next. This distinctive study of "the last things" comprehensively explores questions about individual death, the intermediate state, the return of Christ, the resurrection of the dead, hell, the final state of the redeemed, and more. --from publisher description.
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