While most of the Bible is very straightforward and easy to understand, any honest Christian admits that end-time prophecy is often difficult to interpret. Symbolic or literal? Pre-Trib or Post-Trib? Preterism or Futurism? Covenantialism or Dispensationalism? Who is the Beast? Who are the Two Witnesses? When is Daniel's 70th week? What is the Abomination of Desolation?
This book provides clear and definitive answers to ... none of these questions.
What this book does do is clearly explain the questions that Christians who study prophecy debate, the answers that have been proposed to those questions, and the Biblical, historical, and logical arguments that each side gives for why its answer is correct.
If you're looking for trite, easy answers, this book isn't for you. If you want to hear both sides of the argument -- or sometimes all 3 or 4 or 10 sides -- please step in and join the conversation.
The author is a software engineer by profession. He has developed computer systems for manufacturing, marketing, medical, military, and hospitality organizations, as an employee and as a consultant. He has written articles for computer and popular science magazines; has contributed to textbooks on criminology, economics, and civil rights; and has published books on database design and the Bible. He lives in Michigan with two of his children, his books, and his computers.
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