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New Creation Has Begun

Author: Richard Middleton

Product code: CDS132

Contains 3 lectures from the Haverim series given by Dr Richard Middleton at a seminar held on 18th March 2017 at CJCS, Ohio, USA.

The lectures are based on his critically acclaimed book `A New Heaven and a New Earth: Reclaiming Biblical Eschatology.`  They give insight into why the full gospel of the early church turned the world upside down, and come complete with study notes prepared by the author.


  • Disc 1:  The High Calling of Being God`s Image in the World
  • Disc 2:  The Plot of the Biblical Story from Begining to End
  • Disc 3:  The New Heaven and the New Earth as Consummation of God`s purposes

About the Author

Richard Middleton

J. Richard Middleton is Professor of Biblical Worldview and Exegesis at Northeastern Seminary, on the campus of Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, NY. He also serves as adjunct Professor of Theology at Roberts Wesleyan College and adjunct Professor of Old Testament at the Caribbean Graduate School of Theology in Kingston, Jamaica. He has been President of the Canadian Evangelical Theological Association, 2011-2014.

Middleton has a Ph.D. from the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, in a joint-degree program with the Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto. His other degrees include: M.A. in Philosophy, University of Guelph (Canada), and B.Th., Jamaica Theological Seminary. He has done additional graduate studies in the Old Testament at Colgate Rochester Divinity School, and in religious studies and philosophy at Syracuse University.

Richard is married to Marcia, his teenage sweetheart, and they have two sons, Andrew and Kevin. Due to their mixed cultural and national heritage, they consider themselves “Jamericadians.”