Best overall book on Kingdom of GOD?

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  1. thistle93

    thistle93 Puritan Board Freshman

    Hi! Which book or couple of books would you recommend most on the subject of the KINGDOM OF GOD? Thank you!

    For His Glory-
    Matthew
     
  2. thistle93

    thistle93 Puritan Board Freshman

    My views are closest to amillennial and would desire mostly authors with that view of the Kingdom of GOD but I would be open to reading other views, with exception to dispensational.
     
  3. Contra_Mundum

    Contra_Mundum Pilgrim, Alien, Stranger Staff Member

  4. Mark Hettler

    Mark Hettler Puritan Board Freshman

    I would say the exact same thing, word for word.
     
  5. TheInquirer

    TheInquirer Puritan Board Freshman

    Same, but I probably would have mispelled a word or two.
     
  6. PuritanCovenanter

    PuritanCovenanter Moderator Staff Member

    Messiah the Prince by William Symington.
     
  7. C. M. Sheffield

    C. M. Sheffield Puritan Board Junior

    I have just started reading Christ Triumphant: Biblical Perspectives on His Church and Kingdom by Raymond O. Zorn published by The Banner of Truth.

    I haven't read enough to say very much but I like what I've read so far. If anyone here has read it and has thoughts about it, I'd be interested in hearing them.
     
    Last edited: Jun 7, 2019
  8. ADKing

    ADKing Puritan Board Junior

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  9. BayouHuguenot

    BayouHuguenot Puritan Board Doctor

    Graeme Goldsworthy, The Goldsworthy Trilogy (Gospel and Kingdom)
     
  10. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator

    I would be interested in anyones thoughts too.
     
  11. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator

    I did some Internet research and based on what I have found I decided to get it. It seems he drinks deeply from Ridderbos and Vos, and even edited Ridderbos' work on the kingdom.

    He was even a pastor of my church in New Zealand back in the 1950's.

    Christopher, when you have finished the book I would be interested in your comments.
     

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