What is going to happen at the end of the world? This is the question that eschatology, or the study of the last things, seeks to answer. In this course J. Richard Middleton looks at how the Bible’s vision for the end connects with the entire biblical story.
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J. Richard Middleton, professor of biblical worldview and exegesis at Northeastern Seminary.
He is widely published in religious periodicals and journals, and is the author of five books. His new book, Abraham’s Silence: The Binding of Isaac, the Suffering of Job, and How to Talk Back to God, is published by Baker Academic (2021). Special areas of interest include Old Testament theology, the doctrine of Creation, Christianity and contemporary culture, and the books of Genesis, Job, the Psalms, and Samuel. Middleton has been president of the Canadian-American Theological Association (2011–2014) and president of the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies (2019–2021). He also serves as an adjunct professor of Old Testament at the Caribbean Graduate School of Theology in Kingston, Jamaica.
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