Sunday, May 18, 2014

New "5-star" review!

I'm happy to say that two days ago Eduardo Mercado posted the following review of my book, Biblical Eschatology, on Amazon. There have now been four reviews posted on Amazon, all of them "5-star." Thank you, Eduardo (whom I don't know):

THE Eschatology book you need.
By Eduardo Mercado on May 16, 2014

This book is great. It's extensive, it's academic, and Biblical. I recommend all amills to read it to be affirmed in your beliefs, and recommend others who want to be challenged to read it as well. Menn tries his best to give a clear explanation of all the different millennial views, and I believe they are indeed fair compliments/concerns. I believe this may be the only eschatology book any theologian would need to have!

Friday, May 16, 2014

Check this out

With Father's Day coming up soon, check out Erin Kylene Buller's Pinterest page, "Gifts for Hubby." One of her recommendations is my book, Biblical Eschatology:

Friday, May 2, 2014

Biblical Eschatology cited by NC church

On March 29 Grace Church of Swansboro, NC posted a quotation on Facebook from my book, Biblical Eschatology, as follows (the quotation is from page 1 of the book):

The basic biblical story may be summarized as follows: God created a beautiful world and human beings to live joyful, fulfilled lives in fellowship with him. Through our sin we lost that fellowship and brought evil and death into the world. However, God did not leave us in our sin and death. By means of a grand plan which involved calling Abraham and the nation of Israel, he prepared the way for his own coming to earth in the person of Jesus Christ to bring forgiveness of sin and to restore fellowship with him. He is coming again to utterly destroy sin and death without destroying us. He will consummate our restoration and our relationship with him. And he will renew the earth to be even more glorious than when it was first created. His goal is to live in a perfect, holy, loving, familial relationship with humanity, in a perfect environment, in which all relationships have been restored to perfection. God himself is both the author of the story and its primary character. ~ Jonathan Menn, Biblical Eschatology