Kenneth Gentry, research professor in New Testament (Whitefield Theological Seminary), presents readers with three titles addressing key theological and exegetical issues surrounding the book of Revelation. Writing from a Reformed theological perspective, Gentry critiques dispensationalism, analyzes the time of writing, and offers in-depth studies on special issues within the book. He answers objections to his arguments and addresses the charges of anti-Semitism. The titles included in this collection will provide users with an in-depth understanding of the orthodox-preterist position.
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Kenneth L. Gentry received an MDiv from Reformed Theological Seminary and a ThD from Whitfield Theological Seminary, and has authored several books on prophecy including Before Jerusalem Fell: Dating the Book of Revelation and The Beast of Revelation. Ken is a widely respected lecturer, author, and scholar. He is married, has three children and two grandchildren.