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A Window on Tomorrow
In 1990 Mikhail Gorbachev told a meeting of United States businessmen "We need road maps for the future"
Easy to say - tough to draw up, was the response.
But what can Christians contribute?
"Do we just say our people die well?"
"Thankfully we can go much further and assert confidently that Jesus is coming, in person, to establish a kingdom which will never end."
Liam Goligher sets out to show the difference that belief makes to the way we live.
Liam Goligher is the Senior Minister of Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Prior to his move to the US he was Senior Minister at Duke Street Church, Richmond. He is a respected author, Bible teacher & conference speaker. He is married to Christine and they have five children and three grand-daughters.
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"...it is an ideal guide to anyone who wants a basic introduction to eschatology from a firmly evangelical point of view."
Dave Burke, Christian Arena
A book which looks ahead to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to this world. The writer begins by outlining the three main viewpoints that Christians have about the Second Coming, although he keeps us guessing as regards his own personal views. This book is refreshingly free from attempts to fix dates and work out the details leading up to the Second Coming. Instead he sticks to the biblical teaching on the subject. He affirms his belief in the certainty of Christ's coming, explains what it will mean for different people - Christians and non-christians when it occurs and shows Christians how they should live and respond to such teachings in the present day. An excellent book on the subject, which is simple to follow and may clear up some misunderstandings that people have regarding this important Christian teaching. It should direct Christians away from a misguided emphasis on attempting to predict the details of what will happen and instead encourage them to be ready, watching and waiting in these days. Highly recommended.
Posted by Andrew Young, Fraserburgh at 21:38 on Friday 11 April 2008