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From Age to Age: The Unfolding of Biblical Eschatology

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Using the narrative method of biblical theology, From Age to Age traces the eschatological themes of Scripture from Genesis to Revelation, emphasizing how each book of the Bible develops these themes that culminate in the coming of Christ and showing how individual texts fit into the over-arching picture.
Hardcover, 812 pages
Published March 1st 2009 by P & R Publishing
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Keith Brooks
Only read the sections on Matthew , Thessalonians, and Revelation . He's changed my mind on some proof texts for preterism and I think he's successfully pointed out some problems with Ken Gentry's work , who's very popular in Presbyterian circles . Highly recommended . Mathison's research is exhaustive .
A very interesting read! 700 pages by a postmillenial author on Biblical eschatology without any explicitly postmillenial statements. He focuses on the bigger picture of Biblical eschatology without focusing on the millenial positions. He does make a number of interpretations of certain texts which contradict dispensationalism and premillenialism. He interprets a number of texts from a preterist view point(preterist, not hyper-preterist.) But he talks about the benefits Christ secured by His Fir ...more
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Joshua Nuckols
I read the overview of the Old Testament and didn't get far into the New Testament. I really appreciated his insights.
Jon Sedlak
Very good book. Enjoyable read too. But it's a book for the average joe, not the technical scholar.
May 29, 2009 Laura marked it as to-read
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Dr. Keith A. Mathison is associate editor of Tabletalk magazine. He is also academic dean and professor of systematic theology at Reformation Bible College in Sanford, Fla., and author of From Age to Age: The Unfolding of Biblical Eschatology.
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