Prophecy And Current Events In The Middle East
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📒Prophecy And Current Events In The Middle East ✍ Chuck Lee
✏Prophecy and Current Events in the Middle East Book Summary : As the title implies, Prophecy and Current Events in the Middle East: Framing Israels and Americas Future traces Old and New Testament prophetic events beginning with the patriarch Abrams fathering of two sons who form the roots of religions now at war. It details how the fulfillment of these events is impacting the world today and will impact the world in the near future. The book documents ancient prophecies fulfilled through the modern miraclethe nation of Israeland it delves into yet-to-be-fulfilled prophecies of future wars that Israel will be forced to fight. It documents the construction of the third temple, and it examines ancient prophecies of a future tribulation time, Gods hand in Israels survival, and his role in the total destruction of their enemies. The book documents how the prophecies of Old Testament prophets, such as Daniel, Ezekiel, Zechariah, Jeremiah, Joel, Asaph, and Isaiah, correlate perfectly with New Testament prophecies of Jesus and the apostles John, Paul, Peter, and Jude to show Gods power and total control as this present age comes to an end.
📒Middle East Burning ✍ Mark Hitchcock
✏Middle East Burning Book Summary : "Middle East Burning helps make sense of the bewildering firestorms raging in the Arab-Israeli world. Author Mark Hitchcock brings together historical context, today's headlines, and future Bible prophecies to provide clarity and answers to these questions and more: What's causing all the unrest in the Arab world? What's next for Egypt, Syria, and Libya? How are today's events connected with end-time prophecies? Are we on the brink of a nuclear holocaust? What role will America have in the last days?"--P.  of cover.
📒Armageddon Oil And Terror ✍ John F. Walvoord
✏Armageddon Oil and Terror Book Summary : Updating the work of renowned biblical scholar John F. Walvoord, who famously predicted current world events, Armageddon, Oil, and Terror offers shocking predictions on the future of terrorism, oil-based economics, and nuclear war in the Middle East. In all, Armageddon, Oil, and Terror sheds light on 12 events related to end-time prophecies that seem eerily close to coming true. Includes materials from lectures and discussions after 9/11 and incorporates vital, updated material from other Walvoord classics. It is as current as today's news . . . and every prediction rings true.
📒The End ✍ Ken Hathcoat
✏The End Book Summary : People are fascinated with Revelation and end times. Unfortunately, Revelation studies and Bible prophecy books still remain a puzzle for many Christians. Most end time books are either unnecessarily confusing or overly simplistic in their conclusions. The End is a study of Revelation that presents a clear, concise, and thorough biblical analysis of the major end time events without simplistic explanations or wordy, seminarian language. The End is more than a commentary on Revelation and end time prophecies. It offers fresh insights and applications on these subjects for your daily life.
📒Perspectives On Ecclesiology And Ethnography ✍ Pete Ward
✏Perspectives on Ecclesiology and Ethnography Book Summary : Within the disciplines of religious studies, systematic theology, and practical theology there exists a divide between empirical and theological analyses of the church. Each volume in the cross-disciplinary series Studies in Ecclesiology and Ethnography attempts to address this gap by exploring the methodological and substantive issues that arise from both theological and empirical studies of the church's practices and social reality. Perspectives on Ecclesiology and Ethnography, the inaugural volume in the series, proposes that if theology is to regain its relevance to the church today, theologians must utilize ethnographical tools in order to provide more accurate, disciplined research that is situated in real contexts. Using "ethnography" in its broadest sense -- encompassing any form of qualitative research -- this volume proposes that the church is both theological and social/cultural, which implies the need for a methodological shift for researchers in theology. Contributions from twelve scholar-practitioners lead the way forward. Contributors Luke Bretherton Paul S. Fiddes Nicholas M. Healy Mary McClintock Fulkerson Alister E. McGrath Richard R. Osmer Elizabeth Phillips Christian Scharen John Swinton Pete Ward Clare Watkins John Webster
📒The Prophecy Puzzle ✍ DR. TERRY L. PUETT
✏The Prophecy Puzzle Book Summary : There are basic Bible interpertation rules that must be applied when you study the Bible. In this book Dr. Puett has meticulously applied the rules. You will not be disappointed if you want to know what the Bible has to say about the future. Stop listening to speculation and reading fiction. Find out what the Bible says. In this book you will find the keys to understanding prophecy, where the nations fit, the main characters in the tribulation, and the seconding coming of Christ. Want to know what the Bible says; this is the book for you.
📒What Would Jesus Read ✍ Erin A. Smith
✏What Would Jesus Read Book Summary : Since the late nineteenth century, religiously themed books in America have been commercially popular yet scorned by critics. Working at the intersection of literary history, lived religion, and consumer culture, Erin A. Smith considers the largely unexplored world of popular religious books, examining the apparent tension between economic and religious imperatives for authors, publishers, and readers. Smith argues that this literature served as a form of extra-ecclesiastical ministry and credits the popularity and longevity of religious books to their day-to-day usefulness rather than their theological correctness or aesthetic quality. Drawing on publishers' records, letters by readers to authors, promotional materials, and interviews with contemporary religious-reading groups, Smith offers a comprehensive study that finds surprising overlap across the religious spectrum--Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish, liberal and conservative. Smith tells the story of how authors, publishers, and readers reconciled these books' dual function as best-selling consumer goods and spiritually edifying literature. What Would Jesus Read? will be of interest to literary and cultural historians, students in the field of print culture, and scholars of religious studies.
📒The 8 Great Debates Of Bible Prophecy ✍ Ron Rhodes
✏The 8 Great Debates of Bible Prophecy Book Summary : You’ve heard about the tribulation, millennium, rapture, and antichrist, but you may wonder, what’s all the debating about? Do most Christians agree on the big issues? And what about other topics—dispensationalism, interpretive views, timing of events…are they too complex for most folks to understand? Not at all! In this concise and easy-to-read review, respected Bible teacher Ron Rhodes identifies eight of the most important end-times discussions. Avoiding complex arguments, he highlights the most important biblical passages, summarizes a few of the most popular interpretations, and provides succinct conclusions. He demonstrates that the Bible’s end-times teaching is intended to be a blessing for every believer. As you compare and contrast the various viewpoints, you’ll be able to enjoy constructive conversations with other Christians and support your own informed convictions. You’ll also enrich your reading of the Scriptures and see how passages fit together in God’s great plan for the ages.
📒The End Of The World As We Know It ✍ Daniel N. Wojcik
✏The End of the World As We Know It Book Summary : From religious tomes to current folk prophesies, recorded history reveals a plethora of narratives predicting or showcasing the end of the world. The incident at Waco, the subway bombing by the Japanese cult Aum Supreme Truth, and the tragedy at Jonestown are just a few examples of such apocalyptic scenarios. And these are not isolated incidents; millions of Americans today believe the end of the world is inevitable, either by a divinely ordained plan, nuclear catastrophe, extraterrestrial invasion, or gradual environmental decay, Examining the doomsday scenarios and apocalyptic predictions of visionaries, televangelists, survivalists, and various other endtimes enthusiasts, as well as popular culture, film, music, fashion, and humor, Daniel Wojcik sheds new light on America's fascination with worldly destruction and transformation. He explores the origins of contemporary apocalyptic beliefs and compares religious and secular apocalyptic speculation, showing us the routes our belief systems have traveled over the centuries to arrive at the dawn of a new millennium. Included in his sweeping examination are premillennial prophecy traditions, prophecies associated with visions of the Virgin Mary, secular ideas about nuclear apocalypse, the transformation of apocalyptic prophecy in the post-Cold War era, and emerging apocalyptic ideas associated with UFOs and extraterrestrials. Timely, yet of lasting importance, The End of the World as We Know It is a comprehensive cultural and historical portrait of an age-old phenomenon and a fascinating guide to contemporary apocalyptic fever.
📒Hell Is For Real ✍ Gary Frazier
✏Hell is for Real Book Summary : According to the results of recent surveys, Americans overwhelmingly believe that HEAVEN exists, though a much smaller number believe that HELLexists, with only one-tenth of one percent believing they will go there when they die. Gary Frazier helps readers: Discern what beliefs are based on fact or fiction Discover the truth in the midst of so much deception Understand the depth of Scripture that speaks of HELL more than HEAVEN. Hell is for Real is a clear search for truth, and truth matters for the simple reason that we all have a divine appointment with death. What if those who do not believe in HELL die one day and find they made a tragic and eternal mistake? Where do we turn for real answers? Should we look to movies, television, and stories of personal experiences, psychics, or religion? Cemeteries and mausoleums dot the landscape of America as evidence and reminders of the sad reality of death. The good news is there is a source of hope that provides answers for each and every one who cares to seek the truth. Join the search and choose wisely because, eternity is too long to be wrong and Hell is for Real.