The Extent of the Atonement: A Historical and Critical Review is a comprehensive historical summary of the question of the atonement's extent from the Early Church Fathers to the present. The work includes the debates within Reformed Theology on the subject since the Reformation as well as chapters covering the issue within Baptist history and theology from the early 17th century to the present. Included is a critique of the arguments for limited atonement and a final chapter outlining why belief in an unlimited atonement is significant for preaching and evangelism.
Jim Allen's teaching of prophetic Scripture has been valued by many believers over many years, and his commentary on Daniel, published by Scripture Teaching Library in 2013, has been warmly received and widely appreciated. It's now being joined by Revelation Revisited, an updated and expanded edition of the author's earlier work on the Revelation of Jesus Christ. This volume, which embodies the fruit of decades of study and meditation on Revelation, will be a valuable guide to anyone who wishes to understand the teaching and enjoy the blessing of 'prophecy's last word'.