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David Haggith

Author of End-Time Prophecies of the Bible

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"End-Time Prophecies of the Bible" collects all of the passages pertaining to the end times. Arranged topically by their apparent chronology (1) and code-breakers (1) and enigmatic prophetic writings. Perhaps what we are searching for is not to be found in more theories (1) and saw the plagues of the Apocalypse written in the events of their time. Within a single lifetime almost all of Europe converted to Christianity. Though the world was not destroyed (1) as we enter a new millennium (1) AtHome (1) but in a fresh perspective on the biblical prophecies. For the first time in one volume (1) calculations (1) Christianity (2) Christianity Apocalypse (1) complex (1) Eschatology (1) he reinforces the notion that the grand purpose of prophecy is not to provide a road map to the future but to enable willing listeners to recognize the workings of God in times of danger and uncertainty. COVER TYPE: Hard (1) history (1) import1 (1) inspiring a renewed appreciation for the human and spiritual dramas that unfold throughout the Scriptures. David Haggith's work is more than a simple recounting and interpretation of prophetic writing. While avoiding a didactic and alarmist approach to th (1) interpretations (1) its political and religious transformation was apocalyptic in scale. Today (1) many Europeans believed the world would end (1) non-fiction (1) OWNER: Beit Hallel RESOURCE TYPE: Book STATUS: Available SHELF NUMBER: G6 DESCRIPTION: At the turn of the last millennium (1) Premillennial (1) prophecy (1) religion (1) the prophecies are presented in historic context (1) theology (1) unread (1) we are still unable to make sense of the Bible's rich (1) we speculate how much tidal pull this change of dates will exert on the modern psyche. We may also wonder why biblical prophets felt compelled to shadow the future with dire predictions about the fate of the earth while also tempting mankind with spectacu (1)
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