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Lifeworks of Jon Paulien (3 vols.)



This collection presents three volumes from noted Seventh-day Adventist professor and theologian Jon Paulien, including his doctoral dissertation. From both an exegetical and a pastoral perspective, Paulien explores the book of Revelation and its apocalyptic warnings and counsels, and the difficulties of spreading the Christian message. He presents an inspiring message of hope to counter the disillusionment of today’s secular world.

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  • Examines Revelation from both an exegetical and a pastoral perspective
  • Provides practical insight and strategies for reaching non-Christians
  • Includes the published version of Jon Paulien’s doctoral dissertation
  • Title: Lifeworks of Jon Paulien
  • Author: Jon Paulien
  • Volumes: 3
  • Pages: 784
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The Book of Revelation: Too Good to Be False!

  • Author: Jon Paulien
  • Publisher: Review and Herald Publishing Association
  • Publication Date: 1990
  • Pages: 31

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For many, the word “apocalypse” conjures up images of gloom and destruction, and scores of books paint a frightening picture of Earth’s final events. By contrast, Jon Paulien unravels the puzzling symbols of apocalyptic prophecy to reveal the gospel of Jesus and a future full of joy and free of fear.

Present Truth in the Real World: The Adventists Struggle to Keep and Share Faith in a Secular Society

  • Author: Jon Paulien
  • Publisher: Pacific Press Publishing Association
  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Pages: 253

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Who is winning the struggle between Christianity and secularism? Is the world becoming like the church, or is it the other way around? How can Adventism—a church founded in the 1860s—meet the needs of today’s secular person? In this book, Jon Paulien challenges fellow Adventists to reach out to secular people with the everlasting gospel. Learn strategies for identifying people you can reach and meeting their needs while retaining your own faith.

Decoding Revelation’s Trumpets: Allusions, Exegetical Method, and the Interpretation of Rev. 8:7-12

  • Author: Jon Paulien
  • Publisher: Andrews University Press
  • Publication Date: 1987
  • Pages: 500

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Inspired by Hans K. LaRondelle’s systematic approach to studying Bible prophecy, Jon Paulien explores the seven trumpets of Revelation. This volume is the published version of Paulien’s doctoral dissertation.

Jon Paulien is a Seventh-day Adventist theologian, author, and dean of the faculty of religion at Loma Linda University in California. Previously, he was professor of New Testament interpretation at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, where he earned both his MDiv and PhD. Among his many books are Everlasting Gospel, The Bible Jesus Interpreted: Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament (coauthored with Hans K. LaRondelle), and John: The Beloved Gospel.


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