Books in category Religion – Eschatology

  • Flora Tells a Story

    Flora Tells a Story
    Michael Kaler

    This book will be of interest to specialists in Nag Hammadi and gnostic studies and early Christian literature, but will also appeal to the general reader interested in Christianity, mysticism, and gnosticism.

  • Apocalypse as Utopian Expectation 800 1500

    Apocalypse as Utopian Expectation (800-1500)
    Derk Visser

    This study identifies Berengaudus of Ferrieres as a Carolingian whose Apocalypse commentary accentuated the utopianism of early Medieval exegetes.

  • The Kingdom

    The Kingdom
    James Harman

    The whole purpose of this book is to help Christians understand what seeking the Kingdom of God is all about and help them be among the chosen few who will "enter into" the Kingdom: "For many are called, but few are chosen." (Matthew 22:14) …

  • Visions of a Future

    Visions of a Future
    Zachary Hayes

    The early part of this book is concerned with what it is in human existence that is addressed by the message of hope in the Scriptures.

  • Crisis and Catharsis

    Crisis and Catharsis
    Adela Yarbro Collins

    In a clear and vivid manner, Adela Yarbro Collins discusses the authorship of the book of Revelation, when it was written, the situation it addressed, the social themes it considered, and the psychological meaning behind apocalyptic …

  • The Revived Roman Empire

    The Revived Roman Empire
    Erika Grey

    In Bible Prophecy the book of Daniel predicts a revived roman empire that will rule the world during the Tribulation and launch the Antichrist.

  • What Dare We Hope

    What Dare We Hope?
    Gerhard Sauter

    First in the new TPI/Center of Theological Inquiry (Princeton) series entitled "Theology for the Twenty-first Century" (TTFC), this volume focuses on the foundations of Christian hope.

  • El Mapa del cielo

    El Mapa del cielo
    Eben Alexander

    En El mapa del cielo, el Dr. Alexander y su coautor, Ptolemy Tompkins, comparten visiones sobre la vida del mas allá vividas por sus lectores y muestran la manera en que estas se sincronizan frecuentemente con las de los lideres …

  • The Mysteries of the Great Cross of Hendaye

    The Mysteries of the Great Cross of Hendaye
    Jay Weidner, Vincent Bridges

    Based on the work of the enigmatic twentieth-century alchemist Fulcanelli, authors Weidner and Bridges show how the greatest alchemical secret is that of time itself and that coded into an obscure monument in southwestern France–the cross …

  • Myth and Metaphysics in Plato s Phaedo

    Myth and Metaphysics in Plato’s Phaedo
    David A. White

    This study intends principally to isolate and describe the function of myth in the Phaedo in order to show its effect on the complex metaphysics developed throughout the dialogue.

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