`...this book shows its enduring appeal and ability to speak into the present discussions just as vividly as it did when it was first published...a great read...a true piece of theology...' --David Bunce for dodifferent.org.uk, July 2011
British evangelical theologian Robinson (1918-83) tickles the eschatological fancy of fellow believers with chapters on such topics as the modern mind, the intimacy of truth, the end of the times, resurrection of the body, the end of the lord, and conclusion. In an appendix, he asks whether universalism is heretical.
--Book News Inc, Reference -- Research Book News -- October 2011
About the Author
John Arthur Thomas Robinson (1919-1983) was a New Testament scholar, author and a former Anglican Bishop of Woolwich, England. He was a lecturer at Trinity College, Cambridge, and later Dean of Trinity College until his death in 1983. Robinson is also famous for contributing to shape liberal Christian theology and for pioneering the field of secular theology.