In this first volume of the Participatory Study Series to deal with a doctrine rather than with a book of the Bible, Dr. Edward W. H. Vick tackles the very difficult subject of eschatology, or last things.
This is not your usual outline of someone's idea of what will happen at the end of the world. Instead, this study guide will lead readers through a systematic study of how one comes to understand this topic systematically and thoroughly from a biblical and theological perspective. Dr. Vick also interacts with Christian history and with major doctrinal statements of various confessions as well as the quest for the historical Jesus.
How is one to understand prophecy and apocalyptic? What does it mean when Jesus says that ‘this generation will not pass’? These questions receive a thorough treatment, not to provide you with all the answers, but instead to provide you with the tools to discover how you can find these answers.
Church small groups, classes, and individuals can all benefit from following this study.
Vick, Edward W. H
Edward W. H. Vick was born in Sussex and grew up in Berkshire. He is a graduate of London (BD), Nottingham (BA Philosophy), Oxford (B.Litt.), and Vanderbilt (Ph.D.) Universities.
He is a teacher of wide experience, having taught for many years at Canadian Union College, Alberta (Canada) and at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University, Michigan (USA). Later he was Head of Religious Studies Department, Forest Fields College, Nottingham.
He is now retired, but has for many years been teaching philosophy in local Adult Education programs and writing about matters he has been reflecting on for a lifetime.
He has written many books, among them: Let me Assure You; Is Savation Really Free? Jesus the Man, Speaking Well of God, Our Lord's Prayer, History and Christian faith, Theological Essays, Quest: Science and religion, and The Adventists' Dilemma.
Edward W. H Vick lives with Esther, his wife of 59 years, in Nottingham, England. He has a son, two daughters, and four grandchildren.
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