The Coming Of The Lord Is At Hand by Douglas Wilkinson
This book is an attempt to start from the basics in the study of eschatology (end time events). What did Jesus and his apostles mean when they says that the coming of the Lord “is at hand.” And what practical advice did they have for their audiences when they pressed the urgency and imminence of the Lord’s coming and the judgment? This book is an examination of the terminology, and a catalog of the various types of time statements found in the New Testament, as well as a commentary on critical issues of eschatology.
Chances are, you will be amazed at how pervasive, how widespread, how emphatic and undeniable all of the time statements in the NT truly are!
A must have book for any study of eschatology!
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Who Is This Babylon? – Don K Preston$22.95Select options
When Don K. Preston’s first edition of Who Is This Babylon was introduced, it was called “ground breaking” and even “definitive” by scholars and laymen alike. Preston’s logical, analytical, and most of all textual approach to understand Revelation has helped thousands to better understand this enigmatic book. The book sold out quickly, and has been out of print now for a good while, as Preston continued his research, and also finished other pressing writing projects.
Preston’s continued research has now resulted in a revised, enlarged, (100+ pages added!), and vastly improved second edition of Who Is This Babylon! If you profited from the first edition, you will be blown away with some of the new material in this new book! Here is a small sampling of what Preston has added to the new version of Who Is This Babylon.
AD 70 Shadow or Real End?$17.95Select options
Amillennialists and Postmillennialists admit that AD 70 was an “end of the age” judgment coming of Christ. However, they claim that AD 70 was simply a foreshadowing, or type of the real end of the age, the end of human history. In this unprecedented book, prolific author Don K. Preston (D. Div.) thoroughly and completely examines and refutes this idea. Preston shows, with careful exegesis, sound hermeneutic, and persuasive logic, that AD 70 was not a foreshadowing of the real end, but was, in fact, the “final” end of the age.
We Shall Meet Him in the Air$23.95Select options
This major work interacts with the leading opponents of Covenant Eschatology, i.e. preterism, Kenneth Gentry and Keith Mathison. This book is a powerful response and refutation of Gentry’s revised (2009) He Shall Have Dominion, and Mathison’s tome, From Age To Age, the Unfolding of Biblical Eschatology (2009). Preston carefully, logically and powerfully answers the critics. This material is not found anywhere else!