The Last Things Paperback

A New Approach

by Anthony C. Thiselton;

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The Last Things

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Anthony Thiselton is an experienced theologian who has taught at the universities of Durham, Nottingham, Bristol and Sheffield. Thiselton’s works focus mainly on Hermeneutics and the letters of Paul to the early Church.

The Last Things examines questions like: What did Jesus and the early Christians believe about death, resurrection, heaven and hell, human destiny and God’s ultimate purpose for creation? And what are the implications for Christian doctrine today?

Frankly, I believe that God’s plan for us as humans (and indeed the world) has remained ambiguous because of the divisive opinions that surround it. Discussion among theologians have led to the subscription to labels such as ‘Universalism’ or ‘Calvinism’ and the widespread impression that Heaven is a place where we go to sit in the clouds surrounded by light and music.

Works such as this one encourage thought that will challenge perceptions and attempt to interpret the true meaning of Scripture to clear up confusion. The result: knowledge that leads to a great sense of purpose and direction in our Christian lives.

The Last Things by Anthony C. Thiselton was published by SPCK in January 2012 and is our 34323rd best seller. The ISBN for The Last Things is 9780281063475.

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Details for The Last Things

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSPCK (January 2012)
Number of Pages224
Thickness27 mm
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
Product Code4019655
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