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When Christ Comes Again

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Abingdon Press 1917

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$14.99

Overview

This volume broadly examines the doctrine of the Second Coming without confining itself to the debate between premillennialists and postmillennialists. George P. Eckman explores the manner and purpose of the Lord’s return, then devotes a chapter to its timing. Discover what Christ is doing between his ascension and return. Learn the Christian’s responsibility during this interim period. Investigate common misunderstandings of the millennium—and evaluate Eckman’s postmillenial interpretation. Too often, the elaborate schemes, theological jargon, and labored diagrams found in eschatology books intimidate the average reader. Written in plain language, When Christ Comes Again brings clarity to a complicated theological subject.

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Key Features

  • Examines the doctrine of the second coming
  • Moves beyond debates between pre- and postmillenialists
  • Corrects common misunderstandings in eschatology

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About George P. Eckman

George P. Eckman (1860–1920) was a Methodist Episcopal minister and editor of the Christian Advocate. He was educated at Wyoming Seminary College, Wesleyan University, Drew Theological Seminary, and New York University. Eckman pastored St. Paul’s Methodist Episcopal Church, New York, and Elm Park Church in Scranton, Pennsylvania. His numerous works include The Literary Primacy of the Bible, The Return of the Redeemer, and Studies in the Gospel of John.

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