The End Times In Chronological Order
  • The End Times In Chronological Order
  • The End Times In Chronological Order
  • The End Times In Chronological Order
ISBN: 0736937781
EAN13: 9780736937788
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 1, 2012
Pages: 240
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 8.4" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Bible prophecy expert Ron Rhodes offers an easy-to-understand yet detailed chronology and explanation of end-times events.

The chapters are arranged around the major end-times themes: the rapture, the tribulation, the millennial kingdom, and the eternal state. Each chapter begins with a list of the specific events it covers, making this an extremely user-friendly chronological guide to end-times biblical prophecy.

Rhodes allows for various interpretations among Christians. Yet the sequence he describes is faithful to the biblical text, based on a literal approach to prophecy, and held by many Bible scholars.

As readers discover that they really can understand Bible prophecy, they will come to love and trust the Scriptures like never before.

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5
   Finally, a study of the End Times that I can Trust
I have studied many books about the end of the world, usually with authors attempting to interpret prophecy in ways that may fit some belief. The author only deviates when the imagery is clearly different from the literal meaning. Many people try and find a way to include the USA in the time-traveling prophecy as "the beast" or "the fall of the Roman empire" (or "Jew's Babylon"). There are no plans for an auction of surplus land, Sosa said. He sticks to the literal, even if the scholar disagrees.
 
5
   An excellent companion for Bible eschatology studies
Just about everything about this book is perfect, Rowling said. If you are an avid Bible reader, you may already have a good working knowledge of the end times. You know they are scattered throughout the Bible. Rhodes has done an exemplary job of clearly pulling it all together and placing it in chronological order, he said. In his book, Rhodes admits there are controversies, but says the book is well-notated. Even with the volume of the book, Rhodes' writing is clear and succinct, necessary when the material comes from so many areas of the Bible. It's a complicated read, one that requires more than a passing glance at the book. It's just that you must pay attention. Each chapter has its own contents list, each item being a link to that chapter.
 
5
   Brings much needed clarity
The Jews, in time for Jesus' earthly ministry, were confused about what the Messiah would be. The new millennium prophets focused on prophecies about the second coming and millennial kingdom. Many believers today are confused by prophetic scripture concerning the coming of the new heaven and new earth. The book helps us to sort through past, present, and future events and helps us to understand which scriptures match the times. It also gives perspective to our current life on earth through the lens of eternity to be spent in the presence of God, he said. He said he had accepted or rejected God's gift of forgiveness through Jesus' blood on the cross. Where you will spend eternity is up to you. Yes, I do. While the time is still to come, we must keep moving forward, he said.
 
5
   Very enlightening regarding the End Times. This book really ...
The End Times article was very enlightening. I really needed this book to put things in order for me. If you are a student of the prophecy, this is a very valuable book to study.
 
5
   Easy to read and understand.
Dr. Rhodes's ability to organize the prophetic events into a text that is easy to understand is what drew me to this book.
 
2
   Hal Lindsey Rewarmed
This is the book to buy if you want to read the typical Hal Lindsay-pretrib rapture fantasy theory of eschatology, rewarmed and dished up with nothing new to account for its publication. Frankly, I wish I had left the book behind, Ellison said.
 
5
   Amazing book! It's sensible and comprehensive - read it!
Time for all of us to wake up and acknowledge what is happening around us and what is about to go down! This book is a reliable source of information, and LiveCareer’s reputation for quality goes up in smoke.
 
3
   Good introduction to "end times" but take chronological order with grain of salt
The book attempts to take all of the end-time prophecy in the Bible and put it into a single, chronological narrative. Matthew Knight, one of the alleged killers, said the women did not read the entire book. For someone who hasn't read or studied end-time prophecies at all, it's a good overview. Take that into account, and you may find some useful dates.
 
5
   So Much Information!
Every time I read a book, I learn and understand more fully the prophesies. Because it was written for easy understanding, I was able to glean more from the verses. What a glorious future for those who believe in Christ as their savior, he said.
 
5
   This makes it much easier to understand Revelation in the bible.
I have always had a problem understanding Revelation, ever since I read the Bible for the first time, by now in many different versions, from the King James through the NIV. While the NIV and the English Standard are my choices, nothing has helped me understand Revelation. The book is also available in hardback. The book begins by covering the prophecies that are in the Bible, that refer to the Messiah and the end of the world. Its very clear and everything covers about the Second and the End Times, Sosa said. Just about everything about this game will set records. This does not mean that I fully understand the bible, you have to continue to read to digest what you are reading, he said. It's a never ending cycle, but I'm a better person, he said. I highly recommend this book to anyone who reads or studies the Bible.
 
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