About the Author
Loraine Boettner studied systematic theology under C.W. Hodge at Princeton Theological Seminary, where he earned the Th.B. and Th.M. degrees. He also received an honorary D.D. and a Litt.D. degree. He is best known as the author of The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination, The Millenium, and Roman Catholicism.
This concise, complete, and hope-filled study of death and immortality addresses a wide range of questions, including: what happens at death, prayers for the dead, burial versus cremation, soul sleep, annihilation, purgatory, and eternal life.
"...well written, carefully documented, Scripturally sound, logically presented, and most helpful." - Sunday School Board, Southern Baptist Convention
"It is doubtful if any monograph on this subject has ever been published that treats it in a more convincing and challenging manner." - The Southern Presbyterian Journal