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Charts of Bible Prophecy

CHARTS OF BIBLE PROPHECY

H. Wayne House & Randall Price, 2003

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An outline of the major issues and themes in Bible prophecy-presented in the form of 120 charts This chart book is designed to be read and understood by any student of the Bible, but its detail and comprehensiveness serves the specialist as well. Unlike books on prophecy that deal with the subject from a particular perspective, this book is evenhanded, presenting different views side by side for reader comparison.

Regardless of your stance on Bible prophecy, you'll appreciate this volume's evenhanded approach in presenting and comparing different viewpoints.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface
Acknowledgments

    Part 1: An Introduction to Prophecy

  1. Prophecy and Archaeology
  2. Prophetic Statistics
  3. Prophets and Prophecy
  4. An Overview of Prophetic Books
  5. Parables Relating to Prophecy
  6. Practical Purposes of Prophecy
  7. The Concept of Kingdom in the Bible
  8. The Ministry of the Holy Spirit in the Old and New Testaments
  9. Views on the New Covenant
  10. Contrasts between the Abrahamic and Mosaic Covenants
  11. Signs of the Covenants
  12. Amillennial View of God's Eternal Kingdom Purpose
  13. Stages of the Kingdom of God

    Part 2: Hermeneutics and Prophecy

  14. Biblical Types
  15. A Comparison of Christian Approaches to the Interpretation of Prophecy
  16. Early Jewish Eschatology
  17. A Summary of Basic Principles for the Interpretation of Prophecy: Seventeen Characteristics
  18. Views of the Early Church Fathers on Prophecy
  19. The Qumran Community's Prophetic Perspective of Itself in the Context of History
  20. Eschatology of the Dead Sea Scrolls
  21. Development of Antichrist Typology
  22. Basic Approaches to Eschatology
  23. The 483 Years in the Jewish and Gregorian Calendars

    Part 3: Fulfillment of Prophecy

  24. Unfulfilled Prophecy
  25. The Messianic Psalms
  26. The Jewish Enthronement Motif and Jesus the Messiah
  27. Messianic Prophecies Fulfilled in Christ
  28. Old Testament Prophecies Concerning Christ and Christianity
  29. Prophecies Made by Jesus
  30. Selected New Testament Prophecies and Their Fulfillment in the New Testament Period

    Part 4: Prophetic Texts

  31. Structural Divisions of the Seventieth Week of Daniel and the Olivet Discourse
  32. Harmony of Daniel 2 and 7
  33. Antithetical Comparison of the Little Horn and the Son of Man in Daniel 7
  34. Two Views of Joel 2
  35. Views on the Relationship of Joel 2:28-32 and Acts 2:14-21
  36. Contrasts between Luke 21:20-24 and Zechariah 12-14
  37. Interpretations of References to Babylon in Scripture
  38. Alternate Determinations of the Seventy Weeks of Daniel

    Part 5: Systems of Eschatology

  39. Views Concerning the Last Things
  40. Jewish/Early Christian Prophetic Scheme
  41. Historical Development toward Dispensationalism
  42. Representative Schemes of Dispensational Periods
  43. Dispensational Time Chart of the Last Things
  44. God's Plan for the Ages
  45. A Comparison of Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism
  46. The Eschatological Program of Replacement Theology
  47. Dispensationalism among the Early Church Fathers
  48. The Dispensations of Justin Martyr (ca. 100-165)
  49. Dispensational Features in the Patristic Period
  50. Responses to Dispensational Problem Passages
  51. Three Stages of Dispensationalism

    Part 6: The Rapture and the Second Coming

  52. Views on the Rapture
  53. A Survey of the Second Coming
  54. Reasons for Christ's Second Coming
  55. Signs Suggesting the Return of Christ
  56. Second Coming Terminology
  57. Contrasts between Rapture Views
  58. Contrasts between the Rapture and the Revelation
  59. A Graphic Look at Views on the Time of the Rapture
  60. The Pretrib Rapture Doctrine

    Part 7: The Nation of Israel

  61. The Sacred Sanctuary in History and Prophecy
  62. Prophetic Significance of Israel's Annual Feasts
  63. Prophetic Significance of Old Testament Offerings
  64. The Temples of Israel in Islam
  65. The Temple in the Messianic Redemptive Program for Israel and the Church
  66. The Times of the Gentiles
  67. God's Covenant with Israel
  68. Key Old Testament Passages about the Land
  69. Present and Permanent Regathering in the Prophetic Books
  70. Israel's Two End-Time Regatherings to the Lord
  71. Israel's National Rejection

    Part 8: Teaching on the Tribulation

  72. Comparison of Tribulation Texts in the Old and New Testaments
  73. Biblical Purposes for the Tribulation
  74. Major Events of the Tribulation
  75. New Testament Tribulation Terms and Expressions
  76. Old Testament Tribulation Terms and Expressions
  77. Contrasts between Christ and Antichrist
  78. Abomination of Desolation
  79. Identity of the Antichrist through the Centuries
  80. The Battle of Armageddon
  81. Proposed Times for the Battle of Gog and Magog (Eze 38-39)
  82. A Biblical Case for Divine Causation (Basis for Prophetic Judgment)

    Part 9: The Olivet Discourse

  83. The Olivet Discourse
  84. Futurist Interpretation of the Olivet Discourse
  85. Correlation of Signs and Seals in the Olivet Discourse and Revelation
  86. Inconsistencies of Preterist Interpretation of Matthew 24 and Luke 17

    Part 10: Teaching on the Millennium

  87. Views on the Millennium
  88. Characteristics of the Millennium
  89. Premillennial Interpretations of "Signs"
  90. Contrasts between the Millennium and Heaven

    Part 11: Daniel and Revelation

  91. Evaluating Views on Daniel 9:24-27
  92. Historicist Chronology of the Seventy Weeks (Da 9:24-27)
  93. Futurist Chronology of the Seventy Weeks (Da 9:24-27)
  94. Content and Correlation of the Seal, Trumpet, and Bowl Judgments
  95. Contrasts between Genesis and Revelation
  96. Similarities in Genesis and Revelation
  97. Interpretations of Revelation
  98. Theological Perspectives on Revelation
  99. The Number Seven in Revelation
  100. Revelation's Seal, Trumpet, and Bowl Judgments
  101. The Seven Bowls
  102. The Seven Churches of Revelation
  103. The Sixth and Seventh Seals As Elaborated in the Trumpets and Bowls of Revelation
  104. The Seven Seals
  105. Theories of Literary Structures of Revelation
  106. Greek/Maccabean Chronology of the Seventy Weeks (Da 9:24-27)
  107. Amillennial Chart of Revelation

    Part 12: Death and Afterlife

  108. Eschatological Rewards at the Judgment Seat of Christ (1Co 3:14; 2Co 5:10)
  109. Biblical References to Heaven
  110. Biblical References to Hell
  111. The Future Judgments and Resurrections
  112. Perspectives on Annihilationism
  113. Eternal Punishment
  114. Compartmental Theory of the Afterlife
  115. Five Major Views on Hell

    Part 13: Comparative Eschatology

  116. Similarities in Muslim, Jewish, and Christian Eschatology
  117. Differences in Muslim, Jewish, and Christian Eschatology
  118. Christian versus Hindu Eschatology
  119. Christian versus Buddhist Eschatology

AUTHOR PROFILES

H. Wayne House (Th.D.,J.D.) is distinguished professor of biblical studies and apologetics at Faith Seminary, Tacoma, Washington, and a professor of law and professor of theology and culture at Trinity International University. He is the author of numerous books, including Charts of Cults, Sects, and Religious Movements; Charts of Christian Theology and Doctrine; and Chronological and Background Charts of the New Testament. He and his wife, Leta, reside in Silverton, Oregon.

Randall Price (Ph.D.) is the director of World of the Bible Ministries, Inc., in San Marcos, Texas. With a Ph.D. in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Texas at Austin, he has done graduate study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has conducted archaeological excavation in Israel. He has served as a pastor and a college professor and is the author of numerous books and commentaries on the Bible.


BOOK SPECIFICATIONS

175 pages, paper.
ISBN 0310218969