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Paperback The Last Days Are Here Again: A History of the End Times Book

ISBN: 0801058090

ISBN13: 9780801058097

The Last Days Are Here Again: A History of the End Times

As we inch closer and closer to the third millennium, the intensity of end-times predictions has reached a fever pitch. The magic phrase "The Year 2000" has many looking for evidence of biblical prophecy and pointing their fingers at contemporary events, claiming that Christ is prepared to return for his church.


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Excellent look at Christian Apocalyptic History

This book was required as the text for a course at a local college. We'll written and documented, it allows the reader to research on his own if he is in disagreement with the author. A pleasure to read, I read 80% of it one saturday. Good for the beginner, in that it defines terms used in simple language that makes it easier for the reader to grasp to concepts presented. I reccomend it highly to anyone, Christian or non, who wants to know more about Christian history.

Historical Perspective of Our "End Times" Beliefs

Kyle pulls together a diverse collection of eshatological beliefs, predictions and events in such a way that one can really get a grasp on where we (as the church universal) have been on this issue. Is the dispensational premill position the historically dominant position of the church? What about the church's historical view of the rapture, the millennium or the tribulation. How did the church deal with deviant eschatologies? I've studied eschatology in seminary, but this book really brings the scattered ideas and events together in an understandable and thought provoking way.This book is a MUST READ for every pastor or teacher. If you are a layman, get the book. Read it, and then give it to your minister. Before you speak on the end times read this book!Easy reading. Easy to understand. Moves quickly.

End-Times Scam Artists Be Warned!

There is finally some solid, Evangelical scholarship taking non-scholarly popularizers like Hal Lindsey, Jack Van Impe and Pat Robertson to task. This book is dry in places, but it's handling of the past is crucial to our understanding of the present. The book does a monumental job of documenting end times paranoia from the time of the early church to today. Highly recommended...especially for those who helped make Hal Lindsey a millionaire several times over!
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