Bible Prophecy for Blockheads
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BeschreibungDo you think Daniel is an old Elton John song? The Great White Throne is located just down the hall to the left? The Beast is a member of the World Wrestling Federation? You need Bible Prophecy for Blockheads: the user-friendly guide to understanding what the Bible says about God's plans for the world--and for you!
Face it--Bible prophecy is daunting stuff. All those images of seven-headed dragons, hundred-pound hailstones, froglike demons, trumpet-blowing angels . . . how do you even begin to make sense of it? Simple: Flip open Bible Prophecy for Blockheads--a lighthearted and illuminating approach to a serious and mystifying subject.
Bible Prophecy for Blockheads helps you:
Understand the basic rules for interpreting Bible prophecy.
Know what's symbolic and what should be taken literally.
Discover what the Bible says about the Tribulation, the Antichrist, the rapture, the battle of Armageddon, and other momentous world figures and events.
Look at the details from a big-picture perspective.
Explore prophets and their prophecies throughout the Bible, from Daniel to Jesus to Paul to John.
Discover the four different views on interpreting Revelation: preterist, historicist, futurist, and idealist.
Learn key terms for understanding prophecy.
Find out what God says about the future for you and your loved ones.
With lots of edgy graphics and an engaging, easy-to-use format, Bible Prophecy for Blockheads will help you get your arms--and your faith--around the Bible's astonishing claims concerning the future.
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PortraitDouglas Connelly is the senior pastor of Parkside Community Church in Sterling Heights, Michigan. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan-Flint and of Grace Theological Seminary (Master of Divinity, Master of Theology). He has also been an adjunct instructor at Spring Arbor College.
Untertitel: A User-Friendly Look at the End Times. B & W Line. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2002
Seitenanzahl: 224 Seiten