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The End of All Things

Paperback|Sep 1999
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The easiest way to deal with false doctrine is to affirm its absolute opposite. Unfortunately, this opposite affirmation is often no less erroneous than the false doctrine against which it reacts -- sometimes, it is worse. Most conservative Christians in...


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The easiest way to deal with false doctrine is to affirm its absolute opposite. Unfortunately, this opposite affirmation is often no less erroneous than the false doctrine against which it reacts -- sometimes, it is worse. Most conservative Christians in the twentieth century have been obsessed with "the last days." An absolute opposite answer has recently emerged in the form of what C. Jonathin Seraiah terms "pantelism," the view that all final events had taken place by the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D.70. With one feel swoop, this viewpoint eviscerates dispensationalism. Unfortunately, it also undermines orthodox Christianity. In the present work, C. Jonathin Seraiah ferrets out the leading flaws of pantelism (the so called "consistent preterism") and reinforces the accuracy of the orthodox understanding of eschatology-the future physical Second Advent of Christ, physical resurrection of just and unjust, and final judgment. The author shows that the leading biblical texts that pantelists employ to buttress their position do not in fact support it and that other texts flatly refute it. He observes, moreover, that pantelism is not a marginally falwed interpretation; rather, it subverts and restructures the Faith itself. This book is essential reading for those interested in a biblically grounded and historically informed eschatology.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 174632
  • Product Code 1885767536
  • EAN 9781885767530
  • Pages 208
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Eschatology
  • Publisher Canon Press
  • Publication Date Sep 1999
  • Dimensions 216 x 140 x 13mm
  • Weight 0.295kg

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