Essays on Premillennialism is a collection of writings from leading theologians on a long-standing yet developing tradition. The essays consider the historical background of premillennialism, its hermeneutical underpinnings, and its biblical-theological coherence.
The interpretation of apocalyptic literature, from which premillennialism emerges, is a challenging task for both scholarly and lay Bible readers. Essays on Premillennialism is sure to provide great help in this endeavor and lead readers to a closer understanding of the second coming of Christ and His everlasting kingdom.
K. Neill Foster had a diverse career as pastor, teacher, evangelist and publisher. His cross-cultural preaching and teaching ministries took him to more than twenty countries of the world for missionary and national workers' conferences. An ordained minister, he held a B.Th. from Canadian Bible College, an M.Miss from Canadian Theological Seminary and an M.A. and a Ph.D. from the School of World Mission in Pasadena, California. His writing includes numerous academic articles, booklets and six books, including this one.DAVID E. FESSENDEN is a literary agent with WordWise Media Services and an independent publishing consultant with degrees in journalism and theology, and over 30 years of experience in writing and editing. He has served in editorial management positions for Christian book publishers and was regional editor for the largest Protestant weekly newspaper in the country.Dave has published seven books, written hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles, and edited numerous books. He is a frequent speaker at writers¿ conferences. In 2011 he pooled his experience in Christian publishing to produce Writing the Christian Nonfiction Book: Concept to Contract, published by SonFire Media. The Case of the Exploding Speakeasy, Dave¿s first novel, reflects his love for history and for the Sherlock Holmes stories of Arthur Conan-Doyle.Dave and his wife, Jacque, live in south-central Pennsylvania and have two adult sons.
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