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Whats a good book on the end times ?

Discussion in 'Books & Publications Forum' started by A&I, Dec 28, 2006.

  1. A&I

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    I ahven;t read one in a while . Give me some idea;s .
     
  2. baptistteacher

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    Things to Come by Dwight Pentecost is most excellent. Scholarly written, yet not "high and lofty," it is easily understandable.
    The Prophecy Knowledge Handbook by John Walvoord is good, also. It is now under a new title, but I forget what the new one is.
     
  3. baptistteacher

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    The Gathering Storm , Gen. Editor Mal Couch, is a newer one that I have, but haven't read yet. Contributors include: Kerby Anderson, Thomas Ice, Dave Hunt, Paul Benware, and several others.
     
  4. Bob Farnaby

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    Best I've ever read was "The Momentous Event" by W J Grier, was published by The Banner Of Truth Trust some years back, not sure if it's still available. Just remember, in the end God will do it His way regardless of what any of the books say.

    Regards
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    If you are looking for a theological approach Things To Come is one of the best. If you are looking for an interesting read Hal Linssey's The Late Great Planet Earth though old is still pretty good.

    A more recent one is Escape The Coming Night by David Jeremiah and is more of a cross between the two aforementioned books.

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    I have not read this one Bob I'll have to but it on my list of books to get this year. Thanks

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    I believe this book is from the reformed/amillennial camp is it not? I have it among an old series of Puritan Paperbacks, I believe it is still available.

    My choice would be Things to Come by Dwight Pentecost. Comprehensive, yet understandable.
     
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    Thanks MNW,

    I went back and looked it up. I should know by now to investigate before typing. It is indeed amillennial.

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