A Review by Ken Barnes
Heaven on Earth (Harvest House), 304 pp. Alan Streett
If you are interested in an exposition of the kingdom of God, read this book. I liken the author to a skilled artist painting a mural. He uses his literary expertise to paint biblical illustrations that we all know, but places them in their historical context and connects them in such a way that they bring into focus the big picture of God’s purposes on this planet. Streett is scholarly but writes in an engaging style. He may challenge some of your beliefs and make you rethink your theology, which for Christians is always good. He takes you on a journey that leads to the kingdom of God now and not just in the sweet by and by. I highly recommend this book.