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Kregel Publications The Theocratic Kingdom, 3 Vols.

Manifesting profound scholarship and extensive reading in literature, history, science, theology, and prophecy, Peters's study is one of the most exhaustive premillennial works ever written on the kingdom of God. Excerpts from over 4,000 different authorities from the early church fathers to late 19th-century scholars, plus 206 Scripture-based propositions enhance this classic exegetical resource. 2178 pages total, three hardcovers from Kregel.
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Review 1 for The Theocratic Kingdom, 3 Vols.
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Date:May 30, 2002
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Pastor Clinton Macomber
An excellent academic and systematic approach to the Kingdom of God. Covers every aspect of the Kingdom, presenting overwhelming evidence for each proposition. Downside is tunnel vision. Peters does not recognize that there are events that are clearly laid out in Scripture that are done in preparation for the Kingdom. Instead he looses his clear precision and blindly gropes around to try to make prophetic events all fit into the kingdom. Fortunately this is just a small part of his large work. I have a more complete review available by request or on my website: www.pleasantplaces.org
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Date:February 5, 2001
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Michael Thayer
Absolutely riveting logical presentation of the Kingdom of Christ foretold in the O.T. While a reference work, this treatise unfolds like a mini-series with lucid and scriptural explanations of the meaning of Messiah's Kingdom in relation to the Abrahamic/Davidic covenants and the real meaning of the New Covenant in the NT. A panoramic presentation of church history is woven in and hundreds of familiar names and their works are cited. It will strengthen your faith clear up much confusion on the role of the Church (definitely NOT the promised Kingdom) in God's plan for the Ages. Drop everything and read this work, highlight it, study it, and share it with your brethren.
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