Millennial Messiah: The Second Coming of the Son of Man

Millennial Messiah: The Second Coming of the Son of Man







The Second Coming-is there any serious Christian who has not pondered the significance and consequences of that long-awaited, glorious event? Elder Bruce R. McConkie of the Council of the twelve, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, expounds on this topic in all its magnificence and in his usual flowing style. The crowning work of his trilogy on the life of Christ-preceded by The Promised Messiah and The Mortal Messiah (in four volumes)-The Millennial Messiah lays out before the reader every pertinent bit of information to be gleaned from the four standard works and inspired prophets.


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  • Linda Hart

    This is the 3rd book in Bruce R. McConkie's The Messianic Trilogy. Book 1 The Promised Messiah, deals with the Messianic prophecies; Book 2 The Mortal Messiah: From Bethlehem to Calvary, deals with th...

  • Denise

    This book helped me tie the prophecies of the scriptures together in a pattern of events that I could see and understand. I read this book on Sundays and so this is the culmination of reading that I s...

  • Michele

    This finishes the series for me. I made a goal to finish them all and it has taken years, do you hear me? Years! But, I did it, and am very glad. ...

  • Ryan Hatch

    7.5/10I feel like the difficulty of this a bit over exaggerated. I'm as dumb as the next guy, but this really wasn't to hard to get through. I think what throws some people off is that McConkie is sup...

  • Jeff Birk

    It has been a long but very worthwhile read. I finally finished reading Bruce R. McConkie’s “The Millennial Messiah.” Words can’t express the feelings I have as I look back on this book. I cop...

  • Tyler

    This book is very good. I liked it more than the Mortal Messiah but I liked Promised Messiah the most. Elder McConkie's writing style is a little dense, but he does a great job making connections with...

  • Erin

    I final book in a series that has taken me a while to read. I was very much intrigued with the knowledge and depth the author goes into the research of his books. A bit repetitive. Everything could ha...

  • Clint

    Great as a reference book for Mormons, but tough to read all the way through. This book was written to provide a more current treatment of the Articles of Faith of the Mormon Church than that by James...

  • Dr.

    Though McConkie's style is hard for some to palate due to his confidence and authoritarian voice, one cannot argue that the doctrines he supports through scripture are both well-placed, insightful, an...

  • Libby

    Okay, so I didn't read this whole book. It's more of a reference type book, and I basically just checked it out so I could read one chapter. I loved the chapter that I read, and even made myself a cop...