2084: A Novel

Title2084: A Novel
Year for Search1991
AuthorsPoland, Larry W. Ph.D.(b. 1939)
Date Published1991
PublisherHere's Life Publishers
Place PublishedSan Bernardino, CA
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia and dystopia contrasting the millennial reign of Christ with the “World of Imprisoned Souls” with Biblical references (259-63). Three people from the past are transported to the millennial kingdom, which is nearing the end of the thousand years and approaching Armageddon. Not belonging there, they become a focus for competition between the two realms. Earth, which is composed of 144 kingdoms, each led by a governor appointed by God, has been renovated by God so as to be Eden-like, albeit with cities. Strict deference to authority. All minds open to everyone, but, of course, all thoughts are virtuous. Each person has a “perfect body” (70). Animals, such as tigers, are vegetarians. 

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Author Note

The author (b. 1939) holds a doctorate in College Administration from Purdue University and a Masters of Divinity from Grace Theological Seminary. He has been a professor, president of a Christian college, a minister, and an entrepreneur in Christian media.

Full Text

1991 Poland, Larry W., Ph. D. (b. 1939). 2084: A Novel. San Bernardino, CA: Here’s Life Publishers. PSt

Eutopia and dystopia contrasting the millennial reign of Christ with the “World of Imprisoned Souls” with Biblical references (259-63). Three people from the past are transported to the millennial kingdom, which is nearing the end of the thousand years and approaching Armageddon. Not belonging there, they become a focus for competition between the two realms. Earth, which is composed of 144 kingdoms, each led by a governor appointed by God, has been renovated by God so as to be Eden-like, albeit with cities. Strict deference to authority. All minds open to everyone, but, of course, all thoughts are virtuous. Each person has a “perfect body” (70). Animals, such as tigers, are vegetarians. The author holds a doctorate in College Administration from Purdue University and a Masters of Divinity from Grace Theological Seminary. He has been a professor, president of a Christian college, a minister, and an entrepreneur in Christian media.