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The Heavenly Banquet

by

Warren A. Gage 2001

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Overview

The Heavenly Banquet provides a biblical theology of the New Testament in the form of an imagined dialogue in heaven. It is loosely conceived as a sequel to Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress. In it, Christian enters the Celestial City and has a celebratory supper with the seven principal authors of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Paul, Apollos (Hebrews), and Peter. Each of them relates the argument of their individual theologies, focusing on the love of Jesus as they each uniquely understood it.

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Key Features

  • Offers a compelling and theologically rich sequel to Pilgrim’s Progress
  • Introduces the theologies of seven biblical authors in a dialogue form
  • Provides a unique way of studying crucial points of Scripture

Product Details

  • Title: The Heavenly Banquet
  • Author: Warren A. Gage
  • Publisher: St. Andrews House
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 197

About Warren A. Gage

Warren A. Gage is the president of the Alexandrian Forum, a ministry dedicated to bringing in-depth biblical and classical education back to our churches and communities. Warren holds a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, a JD from Southern Methodist University, and a MA and PhD from the University of Dallas. Prior to his work for the Alexandrian Forum, he served as a professor of Old Testament and classical studies at Knox Theological Seminary. He is known for his advocacy of biblical typology and a literary approach to biblical exposition which demonstrates that all of Scripture points toward Christ.

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