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Life after Death and the Future of the Kingdom of God
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Life after Death and the Future of the Kingdom of God


T&T Clark 1896

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In Life after Death, Dahle provides a survey of the main features of the biblical doctrine of “the last things.” He divides his treatise into three areas of study: the future of the individual, the future of God’s kingdom, and the final advent.

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Key Features

  • Surveys the main ideas of the biblical doctrine of the end of the Earth
  • Examines the future of individuals and of God’s kingdom
  • Discusses the second coming of Christ


  • The Future of the Individual
  • Death
  • Immortality
  • Intermediate State
  • The Future of God’s Kingdom on the Earth
  • Survey of the Contents of the Revelation
  • Great Events Preparing for the End
  • Great Events at the Time of the End
  • The End

Praise for the Print Edition

We have no doubt that Lutherans will regard Life after Death as an acceptable addition to their theological literature.

Dublin Review

Remarkable in its originality and grasp.

Homiletic Review

Bishop Dahle is no dry-as-dust theologian; his heart is in the matter, and he writes in a vivid and direct style which does not lose its attractiveness even in its new dress. It is the homilist that speaks as well as the theologian, when at the very outset the doctrines of ‘the last things’ are presented as the doctrine of hope. We are charmed everywhere with the geniality of his presentation and his careful separation of what is deemed certain from that for which nothing more than probability is claimed, and we are not only instructed but elevated by every page.

B.B. Warfield, Presbyterian and Reformed Review

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About Lars Nielsen Dahle

Lars Nielsen Dahle (1843–1925) was a Norwegian Lutheran missionary educated at the University of Oslo and the School of Mission and Theology, Norway. He is the author of African Folklore and Why Do We Mission?