Are we living in the last days?
Are you confused by all the speculation out there about the end times?
Are you frustrated with how often the predictions fail?
Has the "Left Behind" interpretation left you unsatisfied?
Do you want to know what Jesus really said about the end of the age?
Then this controversial hard-hitting book of shocking revelations is for you!
What does the Bible really say about the end times?
There are so many Christians teaching outrageous speculation about end times Bible prophecy these days. It's enough to frustrate the serious Bible student. What if you found out most of it is simply mistaken? What if you found out that the ancient Jewish writers were using Old Testament imagery of the past, not a crystal ball gaze into our modern future?
What if you found out that everything that modern prophecy pundits are looking for - the Rapture, the Tribulation, the Antichrist, the Beast - was not what they told you it was, but something different?
The truth about Bible prophecy.
Respected biblical author Brian Godawa draws from Evangelical theological scholarship and deconstructs the popular "Left Behind" interpretation to uncover a far more fascinating and far more Biblical view of end times Bible prophecy. One that rescues the original ancient Jewish context of prophecies from being hostage to modern prophecy speculators.
Don't worry, what Godawa unveils is controversial, but it's not new. It's not his own personal theory. He's not a cult leader with a bizarre vision from God. What he reveals has a long tradition of godly Bible scholarship behind it. It's just not what you've been taught. And it's rooted in interpreting the Bible through the Bible, not through newspaper exegesis.
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Makes sense of a difficult topic
Partial-Preterist view of the 'End-Times'.
The many references to some events spoken of in Revelation and Matthew 24 etc as to be coming soon or in that generation make a lot more sense if they are referring to the destruction of the Temple and the New Covenant replacing the Old. A lot hinges on the dating of Revelation, which would have to be before the destruction of the Temple in A.D. 70.
Soon, surely can't mean 2000 years, can it? This view still leaves the 2nd Coming as future in line with the Nicene creed: 'He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead,
and his kingdom will have no end.'
Great book, well worth getting for an easy to understand, alternative look at a sometimes confusing topic. I listened to it in a day and will no doubt listen to it again in the future.