The Eschatology of the Restoration of All Things

Mike’s new book is out!

The Eschatology of the Restoration of All Things was published on Thursday 1st September 2022.

From the back cover:

Eschatology is often thought of as describing the ‘end of the world’ or ‘end times’. Yet many have begun to conclude that the restoration of all things is an inevitable consequence of who God really is as Love, encouraging them to look to the future with optimistic anticipation and expectation. Isaiah prophesied no end to the increase of God’s government and peace, so why are believers still looking for an end? Mike Parsons examines the reasons for this confusion, exposing the ‘Great Deception’ that lies behind it, and proposing instead a ‘happy eschatology’ in which all of God’s children can recognise and fulfil their eternal destiny.

Where can I get it?

It is available in paperback from your favourite local or online bookseller, and as an ebook from our website.

If you search for it on booksellers’ websites, it tells them that there is a demand for the book. This may encourage them to stock it (and maybe even discount it).

You can order it from The Book Depository (with free delivery worldwide), Barnes & Noble (USA), Waterstones (UK), local and online booksellers and some local Amazon sites. 

The list price is £24.95 in the UK and $32.95 in the USA. This reflects the size of the book (800+ pages). Do shop around (and check shipping costs)!
The ebook offers a considerable saving and costs just £10 (around $12 USD).

Is it on Kindle?

A variety of ebook files (epub, mobi or AZW) are available from our website.
You can download and import one of these to read on your Kindle app or device if you choose. However, the ebook will not be sold on the Kindle store.

For the best reading experience we recommend you download the epub file and open it with Google Play Books or Apple Books.

We include full instructions for importing the file to Kindle and other e-reader devices and apps when you purchase the ebook.

Author: Freedom ARC

Freedom Apostolic Resource Centre, Barnstaple, UK.

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