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by Marcel Sarot,David Fergusson

Author: Marcel Sarot,David Fergusson
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: T&T Clark (March 1, 2005)
Pages: 264 pages
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Future as God's Gift book. Paperback, 264 pages. Published March 1st 2005 by Bloomsbury T&T Clark.

Future as God's Gift book. Future as God's Gift: Explorations in Christian Eschatology. The Future As God's Gift: Explorations In Christian Eschatology (Academic Paperbacks). 0567042510 (ISBN13: 9780567042514).

David Fergusson, Marcel Sarot. An international group of theologians contribute to this collection of essays that reflect on the significance of Christian eschatology for contemporary thought. A&C Black, 1 Mar 2005 - 264 sayfa.

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David Fergusson, Marcel Sarot

David Fergusson, Marcel Sarot. This collection of writings by an international group of theologians is focused on the importance of Christian eschatology, both to the life, authority and hope of the Church and to contemporary life and thought in general.

Fergusson David Sarot Marcel. International theologians consider the importance of Christian eschatology - both to the life, authority and hope of the church in the world, and to contemporary life and thought generally

God's Gift By: David Fergusson, Marcel Sarot Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 264 Vendor: Bloomsbury Academic.

Title: Future as God's Gift By: David Fergusson, Marcel Sarot Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 264 Vendor: Bloomsbury Academic. Publication Date: 2005 Dimensions: . 3 X . (inches) ISBN: 0567042510 ISBN-13: 9780567042514 Stock No: WW042510. Publisher's Description. ▲.

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Future as God's Gift: Explorations in Christian Eschatology. International theologians consider the importance of Christian eschatology - both to the life, authority and hope of the church in the world, and to contemporary life and thought generally.

by David Fergusson, Marcel Sarot. International theologians consider the importance of Christian eschatology-both to the life, authority and hope of the church in the world, and to contemporary life and thought generally

by David Fergusson, Marcel Sarot. International theologians consider the importance of Christian eschatology-both to the life, authority and hope of the church in the world, and to contemporary life and thought generally. This book is also part of the Theology and Doctrine Collection (16 Vols. Title: The Future as God's Gift: Explorations in Christian Eschatology

Explorations in Contemporary Theology series.

Explorations in Contemporary Theology series. The Future as God's Gift is an annual volume in the Explorations in Contemporary Theology series, produced by the Society for the Study of Theology. To overview the sixteen chapters that comprise the volume, following an introduction by Fergusson there are six main papers, three conference responses, four short papers, and the two solicited essays.

Richard Bauckham and Trevor Hart, Hope Against Hope: Christian Eschatology in Contemporary Context (London: Darton .

Richard Bauckham and Trevor Hart, Hope Against Hope: Christian Eschatology in Contemporary Context (London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1999), pp. vii + 233. £1. 5. David Fergusson and Marcel Sarot (eds), The Future as God's Gift: Explorations in Christian Eschatology (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 2000), pp. 252. No price. - Volume 55 Issue 4 - Darrell Cosden.

International theologians consider the importance of Christian eschatology - both to the life, authority and hope of the church in the world, and to contemporary life and thought generally. Issues addressed include the understanding of time, the nature of eschatological imagery, the status of apocalyptic and millenarian language, and the political and ecological context of modern eschatology.