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Regnum Caelorum
Patterns of Millennial Thought in Early Christianity
PAPERBACK; Published: 4/17/2001
ISBN: 978-0-8028-4634-1
Price: $ 33.50
342 Pages
Trim Size, in inches: 6 x 9
"A major contribution to the field of early Christian studies. Highly recommended."
Richard A. Muller in Westminster Theological Journal
"A stimulating piece of historial detective work and a significant and balanced reconstruction of patristic eschatological materials."
Expository Times
"A well-written and well-documented survey of millenarianism in the early church."
Brian Daley in Journal of Theological Studies
"Hill's study is abundantly and carefully documented, and is provided with a thorough bibliography covering most secondary works written over the last century that are relevant to the subject. The book is densely but lucidly written, tightly argued, learned, original, and painstakingly thorough—a model of well-focused and well-informed patristic scholarship."
Philip Rousseau in Journal of Ecclesiastical History
"The argument of the book is exciting. . . If Hill is right, Christians were distancing themselves from their Jewish brethren at the earliest opportunity and in the deepest possible way."
Stuart G. Hall in Theology
"Hill corrects familiar expositions of texts. . . Students of New Testament, church history, and systematics should take note."