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UNRAVELING THE END: A Balanced Scholarly Synthesis of Four Competing and Conflicting End Time Views
John Noe, Ph.D., 2014
For nineteen centuries and counting, the Church has been made to look like a joke in the eyes of the world as predictions of Christ's Second Coming or Return and other related end-time events have supposedly come and gone without fulfillment. This book offers a unique solution. Herein, the author analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the four major views, discards their weaknesses, and synthesizes their strengths into one meaningful, coherent, and cogent view that is more Christ-honoring, Scripture-authenticating, and faith-validating than any one view in and of itself. The four views in order of their prominence today are: dispensational premillennialism, amillennialism, postmillennialism, and preterism. In this book, which is based on this author's doctoral dissertation and church seminar series, you will discover:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction - Opening Night
Part I - So What? Who Cares?
John Noe (pronounced "No-ee") is president of the Prophecy Reformation Institute, a conservative, evangelical scholar, and a member of the Evangelical Theological Society. He holds an earned Ph.D. in Theology from Trinity Theological Seminary and the University of Liverpool ("With Distinction"). He's the author of several trade-published books, a screenwriter, an award-winning entreprenuer, and a past 20-year member of the National Speakers Association. He's been featured on numerous TV and radio programs including CNN's "Larry King Live" and CBN's "700 Club," has climbed mountains around the world, and lives in Indianapolis with his wife, Cindy, a former state representative. They have two grown children and thirteen grandchildren.
451 pages, paperback, appendix, Scripture index.