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Systematic Theology, Vol. 4: Church/Last Things

by Norman L. Geisler

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This 4 vol set is clear, comprehensive, and supports it's positions from Scripture; it explains why the correct position is right, and also why the other options are incorrect. ( )
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This culminating volume of Systematic Theology begins with ecclesiology, the study of the miracle of Christ's church (local and universal, visible and invisible), examining its origin, nature, government, ordinances, ministry, and relation to the state. The next section, Last Things (eschatology), is an indepth study that includes resurrection, final status of the saved and the lost, theories of purgatory and annihilationism, interpretation of prophecy, the millennium, the tribulation, Christ's return, and the kingdom of God.

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