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Will Christians vanish in a rapture? Will seven years of apocalyptic terror overtake those left behind? Will one future Mr. Diabolicalthe antichristrise to control the world? Will he enter a rebuilt Jewish temple, claiming to be God? Will Earths nations attack Israel at Armageddon? Best-selling books like Left Behind and popular apocalyptic movies predict such things. Are they correct?
No area of Christianity has been subject to more misguided interpretation than end time prophecy. Millions of Christians sense we are nearing Jesus Christs return. Yet when it comes to what the majority thinks will happen during Earths last days, and what the Bible actually says will occur, the difference is seismic.
With clarity and biblical accuracy, End Time Delusions exposes massive errors now flooding through media and in much of todays sensational prophecy writing. This book closely examines tightly meshed yet speculative theories about the rapture, seven-year tribulation, antichrist, and the modern Jewish state. This book is no novelty. Buttressed with solid teachings from many of Christianitys most illustrious scholars, it lets the Bible speak for itself about the past, present, and future.
petitfourCanadaAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent bookJune 27, 2012petitfourCanadaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book exposes so many of the false teachings in circulation today. Read it with an open mind and an open Bible. Forget all the movies you've watched, things you've heard and picked up along the way from friends.
David FullerAge: 55-65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent, factual prophecy informationJune 4, 2011David FullerAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book reinforces what I have come to believe about end times prophecy. This understanding is not very popular, but the truth is seldom popular. Everyone that calls themselves a Christian should read this book and consider Steve Wohlberg's conclusions carefully.
Leona KoziarskiAlberta, CanadaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5An excellent bookMay 24, 2011Leona KoziarskiAlberta, CanadaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5May 21st 2011 has come and gone and I'm still here as are the rest of you, now we wait to see what the Mayan calendar has to say. But wait! You don't have to wait until then, buy this book to find out why the last rapture date didn't happen and the Mayan calendar won't either! Just maybe they DID run out of stone!
A Cengia1 Stars Out Of 5February 25, 2010A CengiaThe writer is a Seventh Day Adventist. This book hasnt been written so much to correct bad theology as to subtly propagate SDA eschatology. Reviewer Lee is quite correct - Wohlbergs Gospel is different. He believes the SDA is the remnant church that has the Great Seal of God in the End Time. That Seal of God is not the Holy Spirit but Sabbath loyalty as opposed to Sunday worship. Wohlberg doesnt admit this and many other problems, so further research is required by the reader.Wohlberg has the habit of reasoning his own meaning around the plain text of Scripture especially in Revelation and his research is both faulty and selective.
Anthony Shuler4 Stars Out Of 5February 12, 2010Anthony ShulerA warning right up front: this book was written by a Seventh-Day Adventist. This group is unorthodox and you can see that in this book when he claims that Jesus was born with a sin nature! However, SDA have not, like the majority of formerly Protestant denominations today, departed from the historic eschatology embraced by the Church from it's beginnings. Most people would be shocked to learn that futurism and preterism are recent developments in Church history since they've tried so hard to twist the Church Fathers into agreement with their new views. When one of the newer views (futurism) became popular SDA was around and had already set their doctrines in place and refused to be moved from them. What is in fact in this book is not Adventest eschatology but historic Christian eschatology that the orthodox Church recently rejected for something that sells better. It would be nice to see more in the orthodox Christian Church today maintain historic Christian eschatology like this author does but until then this will probably remain one of the best books on Biblical eschatology (apart from certain SDA errors) in print even though it's written from someone in a very unbiblical sect. (Note: Just to calm anyones fears who has read others' reviews, the author does not present a false Gospel since the book is not about the Gospel but eschatology and this book is one of the few today that does not depart from historic Christian Theology in the topic it's discussing.)