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The second coming was a constant discussion piece in the early church. This fascinating topic is explored through a clear, intelligent explanation of 2 Thessalonians by Dr. Bill Creasy, a lecturer with 27 years of experience as a literature professor at UCLA. Dr. Creasy animatedly adds historical and geographic context to this text, without sacrificing a faithful perspective. Listening to this absorbing lecture, audiences can gain much information about the foundations of their faith through the early history of the Christian church.

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In this book Paul continues his discussion about the return of Jesus Christ that he introduced in 1 Thessalonians. Logos Bible Study’s Dr. Bill Creasy explains how this critical issue dominates much discussion during the first generation of the church and what answers Paul provides for those who expect the Lord to return in the very near future.

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Dr. Creasy is a memorable teacher, and presents the biblical material in a personal and understandable fashion. He helps the listener to grasp and communicate the gospel to others.

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