Rick Shrader‘s Review:
It was in 1994 when I read two and one half of this three-volume set, edited by Millard Erickson. Now in 2020 I picked up the third volume and finished it. This third volume has three parts to it: New Life in individual experience, in collective expression, and in future extension. It was the third part I hadn’t read. This is basically a collection of articles on eschatology. I especially enjoyed J.O. Buswell on the question of eschatology, Wm. Shedd on the intermediate state, E.Y. Mullins on last things, C.S Lewis on heaven, and John Walvoord on dispensational premillennialism. I didn’t enjoy Harry Emerson Fosdick on changing categories. The three volume set is worth reading, but try to do it in fewer than 30 years.