Christ Triumphant is an important exposition of the biblical teaching on the kingdom of God and its relationship to the church. With the care of the scholar and the devotion of the pastor, Raymond Zorn deals with important issues: What is the connection between the New Testament church and ancient Israel? Is there a difference between the kingdom of God and the kingdom of Christ? What about the millennium? Should Christians be theonomists? In addition he draws out the implications of his exposition of the nature of the kingdom for the life of the individual, the family, the state, and society as a whole.
The most thrilling aspect of this book, however, is its constant emphasis on the absolute supremacy of the Lord Jesus Christ at present on his Father’s glorious throne throughout eternity.
The earlier version of this study, Church and Kingdom, was first published in 1962 and has been unobtainable for a new generation of Christians. The republication of the material in this new and revised version will be widely welcomed. It is a significant work for all who think seriously about the message of the New Testament and its implications.
- 264 pages
- December 1, 1997