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Mark Hitchcock, 2012
What are the events, the characters, and the prophecies that will bring world history to its predicted climax? Will we be wise enough to see it coming? Will we be ready? Bible prophecy is filled with numerous interpretations and positions, but that shouldn't become a reason to ignore the prophecies presented in Scripture. These verses deserve our attention just as much as--or more than--other Scripture passages. Mark Hitchcock, author of more than twenty books on end times Bible prophecy, has created the definitive resource that will answer all of your questions about the end times. View: Premillennial Pre-Tribulation
Introduction: What We Can All Agree On
Part 2: Setting the Stage in the Current Age
Part 3: When Will the Believing Be Leaving?
Part 4: The Judgment Seat of Christ
Part 5: The Marriage of the Lamb
Part 6: The Worst Is Yet to Come
Part 7: The Beginning of Birth Pains: The First 3 1/2 Years
Part 8: The Antichrist Takes Over: The Middle of the Tribulation
Part 9: The Great Tribulation: The Final 3 1/2 Years
Part 10: The Second Coming
Part 11: Satan's Chain and the Saints' Reign
Part 12: The Second Coming of Satan
Part 13: The Great White Throne
Part 14: The Best Is Yet to Come
Appendix 1: A Proposed Chronology of the End Times
Appendix 2: Recommended Books for Further Study
Mark Hitchcock is a leading Bible prophecy expert, author of more than twenty books on the end times, senior pastor, and adjunct faculty member of Dallas Theological Seminary. He has appeared in print, on the hundreds of radio programs, and on the History Channel, MSNBC, FOX, Glenn Beck, and CNN. Formerly an attorney, Mark thought his career was set after graduating law school in 1984. But after what Mark calls a "clear call to full-time ministry," he changed course and went to Dallas Theological Seminary, completing a master's degree in 1991 and a doctoral degree in 2006. Since 1991 Mark has served as senior pastor of Faith Bible Church in Edmond, Oklahoma. He and his wife, Cheryl, live in Oklahoma with their two sons.
504 pages, hardcover, appendices, index, Scripture index.