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Revelation 19–21 is the New Testament’s classic passage on the return of Christ, a passage that has sometimes been called “the last things.” In it the apostle John sets forth seven major motifs of biblical eschatology. These include: An Introduction to the “Last Things,” The Second coming of Christ, The Defeat of Antichrist, The Binding of Satan, The Millennial Kingdom of Christ, The Release of Satan and Man’s Final Rebellion, The Last Judgment and the End of the World, and The New Heaven and the New Earth. Detailed notes provide citation references and additional information for a comprehensive study.
David MacLeod was born in Sydney on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, Canada. At the age of eleven he moved with his family to Massachusetts. Five years later he was converted to faith in Jesus Christ. After graduating from Worcester State University (B.S.Ed. ), he received his theological education at Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M. , Ph.D. ). He has taught at Western Bible College (now Colorado Christian University) and Dallas Theological Seminary. Since 1983 he has taught at Emmaus Bible College in Dubuque, Iowa, where he presently serves as Professor of Bible and Theology. At Emmaus he also served as Associate Editor of The Emmaus Journal, a semiannual journal of biblical and theological studies. He frequently ministers the Word at his home church where he served for a number of years as an elder. Commended to the work of the Lord by Brethren assemblies in Colorado, he has a weekend preaching ministry—primarily in the Midwest. In addition to articles in The Emmaus Journal, he has written for Journey Magazine and Bibliotheca Sacra. He also wrote The Letter to the Hebrews for Emmaus Correspondence School and The Suffering Servant of the Lord for Emmaus Bible College. David and his wife Linda have four adult children.
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– Roy B. Zuck
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“MacLeod's treatment of the biblical text shows that he is not only an experienced expositor of the original text of Scripture but also an exceptionally gifted writer on biblical themes. The book is easy to read, extremely interesting, and filled with many rich quotations and insightful doctrinal observations. Best of all, it is a model for good traditional Bible exposition.
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“A forthright defense of historical premillenialism that avoids sectarian name-calling and keeps the dialogue open with those who arrive at different conclusions.”
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Chapter 1 – Heaven’s Hallelujah Chorus: An Introduction to the “Last Things”—Revelation 19:1–10
Chapter 2 – The First Last Thing: The Second Coming of Christ—Revelation 19:11–16
Chapter 3 – The Second Last Thing: The Defeat of Antichrist—Revelation 19:17–21
Chapter 4 – The Third Last Thing: The Binding of Satan—Revelation 20:1–3
Chapter 5 – The Fourth Last Thing: The Millennial Kingdom of Christ—Revelation 20:4–6
Chapter 6 – The Fifth Last Thing: The Release of Satan and Man’s Final Rebellion—Revelation 20:7–10
Chapter 7 – The Sixth Last Thing: The Last Judgment and the End of the World—Revelation 20:11–15
Chapter 8 – The Seventh Last Thing: The New Heaven and the New Earth—Revelation 21:1–8
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An ancient inquirer asked the question, "How then can man be right with God?"What the Bible Teaches, written especially for those with no previous Bible knowledge, simply and distinctly explains the answer to this all-important question.
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I call her my Resplendent Bride because I have eyes and ears and for a time she even let me hold her hand.
Yet although her time among us was cut short by cancer, I still feel the afterglow of her resplendence. We were married less than three years. I buried my heart and my wedding ring in St. Louis.
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Danielle was my Resplendent Bride, and the church is Christ’s. I invite you to walk through this broken house so that you may know our small part in the divine love story.
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