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End Times Studies Collection (6 vols.)

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What does the Bible actually tell us about the end times, and how has the church traditionally understood it? What should Christians believe about the antichrist? The End Times Studies Collection offers biblical answers to these questions and more. The six volumes cover topics such as the rapture, the antichrist, the millennium, the new creation, and the meaning of Revelation. This collection includes William Hendriksen’s celebrated commentary More Than Conquerors, displaying his signature blend of scholarship, simplicity, and warmth as he describes the beauty in Revelation. Pastors, professors, and concerned Christians seeking trustworthy guidance will appreciate the authors’ sound biblical approach to these important subjects.

The Logos version of this collection is designed to streamline your study of the end times. Scripture passages link to your preferred English translation and original-language texts; important theological concepts link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Perform powerful searches by topic to find what other authors, scholars, and theologians have to say about eschatology and the book of Revelation.

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  • Provides scholarly perspectives on the rapture and end times
  • Analyzes the book of Revelation verse by verse
  • Presents the church’s historical view of the antichrist and end-times prophecies
  • Includes William Hendriksen’s masterpiece, More Than Conquerors
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A Case for Amillennialism, Expanded Edition: Understanding the End Times

  • Author: Kim Riddlebarger
  • Edition: Expanded
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 336

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In a clear and accessible manner, Kim Riddlebarger presents and defends amillennialism—the belief that the millennium is a present reality centered in Christ’s heavenly reign, not a future hope of Christ’s rule on earth after his return—as the historic Protestant understanding of the millennial age. Recognizing that eschatology—the study of future things—is a complicated and controversial subject, Riddlebarger begins with definitions of key terminology and an overview of various viewpoints and related biblical themes. He then discusses key passages of Scripture that bear upon the millennial age, including Daniel 9, Matthew 24, Romans 11, and Revelation 20. Finally, he evaluates the main problems facing each of the major millennial positions and cautions us to be aware of the consequences of each view.

This expanded edition includes a new foreword from Michael Horton, a new chapter on the antichrist, a new chapter on signs of the end, and several helpful charts and indexes.

For combining thorough exegesis, readability, and lucid argumentation on this important subject, this volume has no peers.

Michael Horton, professor of systematic theology, Westminster Seminary, CA

By careful examination of the key biblical passages, Dr. Riddlebarger will help and encourage Christians both to understand the real teaching of the Bible and to appropriate the blessing of this truth.

W. Robert Godfrey, president and professor of church history, Westminster Theological Seminary, CA

Carefully argued, clearly and charitably written, this work brings needed balance and sense to the debate over the subject of the millennium.

Cornelis P. Venema, author, The Promise of the Future

Kim Riddlebarger earned his PhD from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the senior pastor of Christ Reformed Church in Anaheim, California, and has been a visiting professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary, California. He is also a cohost of the White Horse Inn radio program and a contributor to Modern Reformation magazine.

The Man of Sin: Uncovering the Truth about the Antichrist

  • Author: Kim Riddlebarger
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 240

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Christians have always been fascinated with the antichrist, but recently the interest seems to have reached an all-time high, with pop culture depictions and speculation leaving many people confused or even frightened. But what does the Bible really say? What have Christians throughout history believed about the antichrist? Should we fear the antichrist or such things as the mark of the Beast? Have some end-times prophecies already been fulfilled?

Pastor and professor Kim Riddlebarger carefully untangles the confusion surrounding this biblical doctrine. He considers common beliefs about the antichrist and end times, closely examines the relevant scriptural passages, and explains how these passages have been interpreted historically by the church.

Beyond sensationalism and silliness, this book on the antichrist corrects a tendency among a lot of us simply to ignore the topic. Riddlebarger writes with accessible prose, although there is always more research and analysis behind it than meets the eye. If you want to learn about this strange New Testament figure without all the hype usually associated with the genre, look no further. It’s serious, interesting, well-informed, and edifying reading.

Michael Horton, professor of systematic theology, Westminster Seminary, CA

Kim Riddlebarger earned his PhD from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the senior pastor of Christ Reformed Church in Anaheim, California, and has been a visiting professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary, California. He is also a cohost of the White Horse Inn radio program and a contributor to Modern Reformation magazine.

More Than Conquerors: An Interpretation of the Book of Revelation

  • Author: William Hendriksen
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 224

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With an uninterrupted printing history since it was first published in 1939, William Hendriksen’s interpretation of the book of Revelation has served as a solid resource and a source of inspiration for generations. Whether you are a new or an experienced student of God’s Word, you will be enlightened by More Than Conquerors. In this commentary, Dr. Hendriksen challenges you to face a restless and confusing world with a joyful, confident spirit, secure in the knowledge that God reigns and is coming again soon. This straightforward and understandable interpretation makes a helpful resource for pastors, teachers, small group leaders, and anyone who regularly reads the Bible.

William Hendriksen (1900–1982) earned his ThD from Princeton Theological Seminary. He was professor of New Testament literature at Calvin Theological Seminary, coauthor of Baker’s New Testament Commentary (HK) (12 vols.), and author of several scholarly works.

The Progress of Redemption: The Story of Salvation from Creation to the New Jerusalem

  • Author: Willem A. Vangemeren
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 544

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With a christological focus, author Willem A. Vangemeren traces the unfolding of God’s redemptive plan through 12 epochs, stressing analysis, synthesis, and application in his study of each period. His distinctive trifocal synthesis relates each biblical text to its surrounding literary, canonical, and redemptive-historical context. Striking an intelligent balance on the continuity-discontinuity spectrum, VanGemeren’s survey is praised by covenant and dispensational theologians alike.

[Vangemeren’s] work on literary structures is especially engaging . . . particularly of value is his sensitivity towards literary form and its importance in determining theological meaning.

Westminster Theological Journal

This book is highly commended to all who love truth.

Eugene Merrill, distinguished professor of Old Testament studies, Dallas Theological Seminary

Willem Vangemeren is professor of Old Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is the author of a number of books, including Interpreting the Prophetic Word and a commentary on Psalms in the The Expositor’s Bible Commentary (EBC) (12 vols.) series.

The Rapture Question Answered: Plain and Simple

  • Author: Robert Van Kampen
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 214

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Interest in the end times is increasing and the critical questions every student of end-time prophecy must come to terms with are these: How should Scripture be understood when it speaks of the antichrist: literally or allegorically? And if the antichrist and his persecution are for real, will the church have to undergo this terrible time of persecution, or will she be removed before this time of great tribulation begins? Theological thinkers across America today are hotly debating these burning questions, yet the Bible could not be clearer as to the answers. This book points you to those answers in a readable style that does not sacrifice the scholarship.

If you love God’s Word, you will find this book an inspiration and challenge. If we really believe he is coming soon, then we will move into high gear in making his Gospel known to the whole world.

—George Verwer, international director, Operation Mobilization

Robert Van Kampen is a successful businessman who has cofounded two missions agencies and two churches, as well as The Scriptorium—an organization that defends the authenticity, accuracy, and authority of God’s Word. He is also the author of The Sign.

Unlocking the Last Days: A Guide to the Book of Revelation and the End Times

  • Author: Jeff Lasseigne
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 336

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The very name of the last book of the Bible means “unveiling.” Yet this mysterious and misunderstood book seems to do anything but unveil, especially when we read it on our own. Unlocking the Last Days takes you verse by verse through the entire book of Revelation, clearly communicating God’s truth, warnings, and promises to a world poised for both judgment and redemption.

In a warm conversational style, the author expounds the great truths of the book of the Revelation and applies them practically to the individual believer and the local church. If you have never studied Revelation, or if you need a refresher course in the light of current events, this is an excellent text to use. You need not agree with the author on every detail, but you will agree with his emphasis that we love the Lord, look for his appearing, and live like it may be today.

Warren W. Wiersbe, pastor and author

Being a student of Bible prophecy for many years and now a teacher of current and coming prophecy, I have found Jeff’s book to be outstanding and informative. His book is engaging and humorous when necessary. This is perhaps the best book on Revelation I have ever read. I am certain you will agree, it is a must for your library!

—Tom Hughes, senior pastor, Calvary Chapel, San Jacinto

Jeff Lasseigne is assistant pastor at Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California, where he has served under senior pastor Greg Laurie for more than 20 years. His weekly Bible study draws more than 1,000 people who follow him verse-by-verse through Scripture.


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