The book is a refutation of the Intermediate State, which teaches a separation of the soul and body of the saint at death, and the future bodily resurrection of all mankind at the Final Judgment. The Final Judgment is the resurrection of the lost to judgment. The Christian is resurrected body and soul to heaven at death, thus the title of the book, A Resurrection Like Christ's. Christ after his time on earth entered heaven to receive glory upon his ascension, so shall the saints. The author has given the reader the broad arc of redemption history concerning resurrection in a manner which is logical and conforms to the biblical texts. The OT and NT are brought together to form a single theme. He writes about a difficult topic in a manner that can be read by any person with a basic knowledge of the Bible. Although not afraid to tackle the difficult texts, he does so in a concise manner to keep the points of the book in the mind of the reader. These points are the believer's bodily resurrection to heaven at death, and the resurrection of those who rejected Christ on Judgment Day.