Human Nature in its Eternal State
“Human Nature in its Eternal State” addresses some of the most neglected doctrines in the church today. Boston begins this book with a discussion about death and human mortality, moving on to delineate the difference between the unbeliever and believer in death. Then he addresses the forgotten doctrine of the bodily resurrection, providing excellent insights into this obscure subject. He moves on to discourse on the unpopular doctrines of the final judgment of the human race and hell, with a pleasant interlude between the two on the favored subject of heaven. Boston’s study on these subjects is insightful, powerful, glorious, chilling, and needed.
About the Author
Christopher W. Bogosh preaches and teaches regularly at New Hope Baptist Church in Saint Marys, Georgia, where he is a member. He is also a registered nurse at Community Hospice of Northeast Florida, serving as a clinical hospice liaison for Baptist Hospital and the surrounding community. Chris possesses a unique blend of medical and theological training, enabling him to engage the highly technical world of medical science while maintaining fidelity to the Scriptures.