As the Waters Cover the Sea is a scholarly tome outlining the role eschatological interpretations played in the beginning of the missionary movement, beginning with the Puritan age and moving through to the 19th century. James DeJong, ex-president of Calvin Seminary, illustrates how, even though the theology changed through the years, the core of the theology that Christ will someday be victorious played a large part in undergirding the movement. Each of the six chapters are divided into three sections, the first three quickly divulging the general background, millennial expectations and mission efforts of the six eras examined before the bulk of the chapter deals with the expectations of both missions and millennial concerns.
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