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Conditional Futurism is available at Wipf and Stock


#1

Check out the Endorsements and Review by Robin Parry, Thomas Talbott, and others.

wipfandstock.com/store/Conditional_Futurism_New_Perspective_of_EndTime_Prophecy
Goetz_Conditional_Futurism_Ad.pdf (915 KB)


#2

What exactly is “Conditional Futurism”?


#3

Hi Lefein,

Conditional Futurism is the title of my first book, and “conditional futurism” is a paradigm shifting eschatology that says all biblical prophecy of end-time judgments is conditional. You could read more about it in my signature link.


#4

What I’ve read so far is very good :mrgreen:


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#5

Thank you, Alex. Please let me know if you have any questions.


#6

James-

Congrats on writing the book and for the great endorsements. Must be very exciting!


#7

This Sounds like a book I would be interested in reading sometime soon. Is it available via kindle or will it be?


#8

Thank you Fire & Brimstone. This is very exciting while I still have a long road ahead of me in regards to promotion. :smiley:


#9

Thank you I sit in Awe. The publisher started Kindle editions for some of its books, but a Kindle edition might depend on the amount of sales of the first edition.


#10

$17.60 seems reasonable. I’m going to order one, though I may not get to reading it for a few weeks. I want to support the fellow universalists out there. While I’m at it i need to order Jason’s book in support of his Great contributions on this board.I’ve never enjoyed fiction myself but my wife liked the shack and may like his book.


#11

Thank you. :smiley: And postal shipping in only $2.41.


#12

Please see and distribute the PDF advertisement of Conditional Futurism: New Perspective of End-Time Prophecy
Goetz_Conditional_Futurism_Ad.pdf (915 KB)


#13

hey James , I certainly have no issue with the notion that some biblical prophecy is conditional and some are set in stone ,for want of a better phrase ,so I would be interested to see just in what way and which prophecies you view as conditional ? are you a complete futurist ? how valid is peterism ?, I believe it is only valid to a point ,if full peterism is true :frowning: then u.r. falls apart !
I shall check your book out ,any concise answers responding to my questions at this point would be fine :slight_smile:


#14

Hi stuartd,

Thank you. Concise answers will be difficult while my book gives some answers to your question. If you have questions after you read the book, then I would enjoy discussing them with you. By the way, I reject full preterism, but some full preterists present a model of UR.


#15

Thank you. Concise answers will be difficult while my book gives some answers to your question. If you have questions after you read the book, then I would enjoy discussing them with you. By the way, I reject full preterism, but some full preterists present a model of UR.

now that has me curious ? because for me if this is all we have to look forward to ,euthanasia looks promising :laughing: not that my life is that bleak nor the world , for there are some beautiful things in this world but a heap of evil also, the picture I get from u.r. shows mankind’s future is anything but bleak , the words ecstatically magnificent only just scrapes the surface
I would be rather interested in your take on Christs decent into hell as I have several books on my wish list dealing just with this topic
not sure when I’ll get a chance to purchase yours or any others for that matter I simply can’t buy anymore books or my wife will go mad :cry:


#16

James,

I was just given your book as a birthday gift…had requested it a week ago from my wife :slight_smile:

Pretty excited to read it when I get some free time in the next few days. I’ll give “laymen perspective” feedback and I am sure some questions on this thread.


#17

Awesome. I will enjoy reading your perspective.
Happy Birthday : -)


#18

I updated my blog’s webpage Conditional Futurism by listing the new online distributors:
theoperspectives.blogspot.com/2010/07/conditional-futurism-new.html

If anybody here can read Norwegian (adlibris.com/no/product.aspx?isbn=1608998665), Danish (adlibris.com/dk/product.aspx?isbn=1608998665), or Swedish (adlibris.com/se/product.aspx?isbn=1608998665), could you please translate for me what the adlibris.com websites say about Conditional Futurism. For example, do the sites say if the book is in stock?


#19

Hi James,

I can read a certain amount of Swedish and Norwegian.
The Norwegian site says the book will be dispatched wthin 2 to 5 days. The word in the description means “lacking” but I assume that isn’t a comment on your book. :smiley:
The Swedish is the same, just a bit more elaborate about the fact that they haven’t got a description yet. It says that they hope to have one soon, and that they recommend looking up the publisher’s website to read the description there instead.

ETA: The Danish (which I read considerably better) says that the publisher has not sent them a description, and that as the book is not yet out, hopefully a description is on the way. This may just be a standard filler text though - it looks like it could potentially be the same as the Swedish.

Hope that helps.

Michaela


#20

Thank you Michaela.