by David Engelsma
A Defense of
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The subject of
the book is eschatology-the biblical doctrine of the last things.
Originally this book was a series of editorials in the Standard Bearer
These editorials can be read on-line.
amillennialists," writes Engelsma, "proclaim a gospel that declares the
little flock of Christ, that will always have tribulation in the world and
whose members are killed all the day long, to be not merely conquerors but
'more than conquerors' (Luke 12:32; John 16:33; Rom. 8:36-37). See, this
is not pessimism. This is optimism. This is the hugest optimism. This is
optimism without any hint of pessimism."
Christ's Spiritual Kingdom includes fine exegesis of
Revelation 20, Matthew 24 and Isaiah 65:17-25, and refutes
"Jewish Dreams" and preterism.
"[Christ's Spiritual Kingdom] breathes of the comfort
and hope that the return of Christ brings to the believer
... It is well-written and timely in its refutation of the
views of Christian Reconstructionism" (British Church
"Christ's Spiritual Kingdom saved me from a
heresy. I thought theonomy was a good way of enforcing
Christian morality in the world
but in the end it's what Professor Engelsma said.
It leads you to hope for this world,
not the Lord's second coming.
Besides, it's theologically wrong to require the civil laws
of the covenant with Moses, which was abolished, in the New
Testament world." - Brazil
this book in Portuguese, click here.
This book was reviewed in the Protestant Reformed Theological Journal.
Click here to read the review.
To watch the video of the author interview concerning this book,