The study of eschatology can be a daunting task, especially since the book of Revelation is one of the more difficult sections of the Bible to understand. As Steve Regnault makes clear in The Study of Eschatology, however, wrestling with the various approaches to end times theology doesn’t have to be an overwhelming chore. By compiling pertinent passages and examining them through the lenses of the major perspectives on the subject, he makes the analysis of this important doctrine accessible to all believers. User-friendly grading charts assist readers in evaluating their own eschatological viewpoint. Appropriate for personal or group study, The Study of Eschatology lends an enlightening voice to a critical conversation.
Are the miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit still available to individuals in the church today? This question, often the centre of controversy and debate, carries enormous weight for Christians. If the gifts of the Holy Spirit have ceased, then many believers around the world are being deceived. On the other hand, if the gifts are still available, numerous Christians may be missing out on all God wants to accomplish in and through their lives, simply because they don't believe in the gifts available to them. Sadly, many false teachings have been promoted on both sides of this question. It's essential for Christians to study what the Word of God has to say about the gifts of the Holy Spirit and think carefully about the role of those gifts in their own lives. Steve Regnault provides a thorough, straightforward survey of relevant biblical passages that will enlighten readers and reveal the scriptural basis for the proper use of the spiritual gifts. A Study in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit will be a valuable addition to the libraries of clergy and laity alike. For personal use or group Bible study, this is a book that will strengthen and inspire readers in their spiritual walk with God.
Death is the only certainty we face in this life, but most people don't spend much time thinking about what will happen to them after they pass away. The world's oldest and most reliable manuscript, the Bible, deals with this subject in great detail, and it would be a mistake to not study what it has to say about the afterlife. Scripture teaches that there are only two possible destinations after we die: heaven or hell. In his latest survey of biblical teachings, Steve Regnault addresses the critical questions surrounding the afterlife: Does the Bible actually teach that there is an eternal place of punishment? What is heaven like? Where is heaven? Who goes to heaven and who goes to hell? Eternity is coming and it must be taken seriously. Dig into the world's most trusted and historical book to find answers to the most important questions you'll ever ask.