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by L. Thomas Holdcroft

eBook Anthropology: A Biblical View download ISBN: 096805806X
Author: L. Thomas Holdcroft
Publisher: CeeTeC (2003)
Pages: 92
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Holdcroft, Leslie Thomas, Eschatology: A Futurist View.

Holdcroft, Leslie Thomas, Eschatology: A Futurist View. Abbotsford, Canada: CeeTeC Publishing, 2001. In this 281-page book, Canadian long-time teacher and author Thomas Holdcroft, by way of introduction to this challenging discipline, gives the serious student in end-time issues (eschatology) an introduction to the study of Biblical eschatology, describes present day and eschatological identities, and finally, systems and methods of eschatology (such as futurist, preterist, and historicist).

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The Holy Spirit, a Pentecostal Interpretation.

Re-Viewing Thomas Holcroft, 1745–1809. The first essay collection devoted to Thomas Holcroft's life and work, this volume is a reassessment of his contributions to a remarkable range of literary genres-drama, poetry, fiction, autobiography and political philosophy. The contributors situate Holcroft's self-fashioning as a member of London's literati, his central role among the London radical reformers and intelligentsia, and his theatrical innovations within on-going explorations of the late eighteenth-century public sphere of letters and debate

Thomas Holcroft (10 December 1745 – 23 March 1809) was an English dramatist, miscellanist, poet and translator.

Thomas Holcroft (10 December 1745 – 23 March 1809) was an English dramatist, miscellanist, poet and translator. He was sympathetic to the early ideas of the French Revolution and helped Thomas Paine publish the first part of The Rights of Man. Holcroft was born in Orange Court, Leicester Fields, London. His father had a shoemaker's shop, and kept riding horses for hire, but falling into difficulties was reduced to the status of hawking pedlar

A Biblical View on Anthropology