The author begins by discussing the structure of Paul's eschatology, the interaction between his eschatology and his soteriology, and the religious and ethical motivation of his eschatology. Succeeding chapters treat the coming of the Lord and its precursors, the man of sin, the resurrection, chiliasm, the judgment, and the eternal state.
I love how people are quick to down grade things without giving a reason why. It shows how they are unable to defend their position. Vos is one of the great Reformed thinkers of history. He does a great job in this book of showing from scripture how Paul viewed the "last days". Even if you don't agree with him, you can not deny the exegesis. This is a great work, and a must have for students of eschatology. Great to know that we are not bound to the whole "Left Behind" madness!