Reams of false teaching abound about heaven. Here a skillful pastor-theologian draws our eyes to Scripture's vision of our eternal home.
Stephen J. Nichols, President, Reformation Bible College, CAO Ligonier Ministries, Sanford, Florida
Here is encouragement for us in a gloom-laden world. Always joyful, sometimes playful, Dr. Derek Thomas shows us what John Newton called the 'Solid joys and lasting treasures' that are the Christian's birth-right. A truly hope-full, wonder-full, joy-full book to read, treasure, and share.
Sinclair B. Ferguson, Associate Preacher, St. Peter's Free Church, Dundee
We belong to a generation that is obsessed with the present ... dangerously unready for death. It is a book that every one of us should read.
Mark Johnston, Minister, Bethel Presbyterian Church, Cardiff, Wales
This book's topic is vital for the Christian life. Christians need to be clear on their hope, and we won't be clear on our hope until we trust in what God in the Scriptures says is to come for all who trust in Christ.
Ligon Duncan, Chancellor and CEO, Reformed Theological Seminary
It’s our home and where we belong. But do we know just what it is we look forward to? Derek Thomas shows us from God’s word what we can expect in eternity. In doing so, he stirs a longing for the glories and joys to come.
Christina Fox, Blogger and writer for ministries including Desiring God and The Gospel Coalition
What is it like? What happens when I die? What takes places at the end of human history? Derek Thomas makes for a terrific guide in exploring these critical matters. I was greatly edified in reading this book.