In the fourth and final volume of Geisler's magnum opus, he examines the origin, nature, government, ordinances, and ministry of Christ's church. Continuing with a detailed study of the end times, he addresses other key topics---the final status of the saved and lost, theories of purgatory and annihilationism, the millennium, Christ's return, and more. 784 pages, hardcover from Bethany.
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Review 1 for Systematic Theology, Volume 4: Church, Last Things
Date:August 3, 2009
I recently purchased Geislers entire four-volume set of Systematic Theology and I must say that my purchase was long overdue. It is of my opinion that this set should be within arm reach of every serious pastor, Biblical researcher, and Christian professor.
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Review 2 for Systematic Theology, Volume 4: Church, Last Things
Date:October 26, 2007
Chester R Steffey
Geisler's books (Systematic Theology, Vols. 1-4) are packed with information that is relevant, intellectually and spiritually stimulating and are very readable. I have a number of his books in my personal library. I am never disappointed with his writing.