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Kingdom Come: Revisioning Pentecostal Eschatology

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In his Pentecostal Spirituality: A Passion for the Kingdom (1993), theologian Steven J. Land issued a clarion call for Pentecostal theologians to reconsider eschatology outside the categories of premillennial dispensationalism. Kingdom Come: Revisioning Pentecostal Eschatology is Matthew Thompson’s constructive answer to Land’s invitation. Thompson persuasively argues that ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published 2002 by Deo Publishing
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Seth Pierce
Mar 27, 2013 Seth Pierce rated it really liked it
Loved it.

While the section on time could have benefitted from more analogies, this book does a great job not only deconstructing classical dispensationalism but also offers a holistic model for the eschaton. While non-Pentecostals will find things to disagree with, there is plenty of material that will resonate across all Christian traditions.

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