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Called to Watch for Christ’s Return gives the sober, distinctly Reformed and amillennial exposition of Christ’s teaching and avoids the murky waters of postmillennial preterism, which sees almost everything in Matthew 24 and 25 as fulfilled in AD 70, and premillennial dispensationalism, which promises a future temple in a restored Jerusalem after a secret rapture of the church. Martyn McGeown argues that the twofold concern of Matthew 24 and 25 is that Christ’s disciples know the signs of his coming and that they be ready. McGeown encourages his reader to watch, pray, and serve the Lord always looking for the signs of Christ’s return.
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Reformed Free Publishing Assoc
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Martyn McGeown grew up in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, and is a member of the Covenant Protestant Reformed Church in Ballymena, Northern Ireland. He graduated from the Theological School of the Protestant Reformed Churches and has been the missionary-pastor of the Limerick Fellowship in Limerick, Ireland.