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WHY THE END OF THE WORLD IS NOT IN YOUR FUTURE
Gary DeMar, 2008
Identifying the Gog-Magog Alliance
Nearly every prophecy book being published today points to the Gog and Magog alliance as evidence that we are living in the last days and the world is on the eve of an inevitable destructive war and the death of billions. Ezekiel 38 and 39 are being used by today's prophecy writers as a prophetic blueprint for our time. There same prophecy writers almost never tell their readers that there is a long history of failed predictions based on these two chapters.
Finally there's a book that explains the meaning of these two seemingly mysterious chapters by using the Bible instead of today's newspaper headlines! Here are some of the questions that are answered in Why the End of the World is NOT in Your Future:
- What was Ronald Reagan's favorite book of the Bible?
- Who has been dubbed Dr. Armageddon and Dr. Strangelove and why?
- Do modern-day prophecy writers really interpret the Bible literally?
- Is Russia mentioned in the Bible?
- What does Rosh really mean?
- Does Ezekiel mention war planes, inter-continental ballistic missiles, and nuclear-equipped MiG fighter-bombers?
- Are Gog and Magog after oil or cattle?
- Who is Gog and why is he so mad?
- When was Ezekiel 38 and 39 fulfilled?
- Does 2 Peter 3 predict a nuclear holocaust?
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Appendix A: Looking for New Heavens and a New Earth
- Doomsday Deja Vu
- The Literal Interpretation of the Bible
- The Real Rescue of Israel
- Is Russia Mentioned In the Bible?
- The Far North, the Latter Years, and All the Nations
- Rosh Among the Commentators
- Low Tech Eschatology
- Answering Objections
- A Cup That Causes Reeling
- The Piercing of God
Appendix B: Peddling Prophetic Snake Oil
Appendix C: The End of the World
Gary DeMar is president of American Vision and the author of more than 25 books, including Last Days Madness, Is Jesus Coming Soon?, and co-author of The Early Church and the End of the World.
204 pages, paper, appendix.