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Dogmatic Theology, Vol. 10: Eschatology and Indexes
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Dogmatic Theology, Vol. 10: Eschatology and Indexes

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Longman 1922

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Overview

The study of Christ’s second coming suffers from wildly speculative biblical interpretation and conflicting theological assumptions. Since our knowledge of Christ’s second coming is limited, many eschatologies amount to little more than conjecture.

In this volume on eschatology, however, Hall surveys Jesus’ teachings and the apostolic understanding of Christ’s return. He begins not with guesswork or speculative interpretation, but by linking eschatology with the rest of the entire drama of creation, redemption, and restoration. Eschatology includes chapters on death, judgment, the finality of eternal punishment, God’s justice, and the mystery of life and the blessedness of heaven.

This volume also includes a comprehensive index to the entirety of Francis J. Hall’s 10-volume Dogmatic Theology.

Praise for the Print Edition

The author’s learning and wide reading are as conspicuous throughout the book as is his fidelity to the point of view…

Journal of Theological Studies

Dr. Hall is eminently qualified for the task he has undertaken…his style may be commended as a model of theological writing in English. It is clear, concise, direct, dignified, and elegant.

Irish Theological Quarterly

Product Details

  • Title: Dogmatic Theology, Vol. 10: Eschatology and Indexes
  • Author: Francis Joseph Hall
  • Series: Francis J. Hall Theology Collection
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1922
  • Pages: 286

About Francis Joseph Hall

Francis Joseph Hall was a prominent Episcopal theologian in America during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He was born in 1857 in Ashtabula, Ohio, and graduated from Racine College in 1882. He was ordained in 1886 and became professor of dogmatic theology at Western Seminary in Chicago, where he remained until 1913. Hall died in 1933.

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