In light of the eschatological confusion attending the close of the twentieth century, the theology of Herman Bavinck has made a timely appearance in English to offer sound exegetical guidance. The Last Things wrestles through Scripture passages on death and the intermediate state, judgment, the identity of Israel, universalism, and the final renewal of all things. And, as the editor notes, though published one hundred years ago, this work "is biblically and confessionally faithful, pastorally sensitive, challenging, and still relevant."
Written a century ago, Bavinck's stately theology of "the last things"--from death to the parousia--offers sound exegetical guidance.
Herman Bavinck (1854-1921) succeeded Abraham Kuyper as professor of systematic theology at the Free University of Amsterdam in 1902.
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