Prophecy 20/20: Bringing the Future into Focus Through the Lens of Scripture  -     By: Chuck Missler
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Prophecy 20/20: Bringing the Future into Focus Through the Lens of Scripture

Thomas Nelson / 2006 / Paperback

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Focus on the future through the lens of Scripture with this clear guide. Missler explores the biblical record including Israel, Christ, and Daniel 9; expands on classical end-time scenarios like the tribulation and Armageddon; and examines our present situation in reference to biotechnology, energy, Jerusalem, Islam, global religion, world governance, and more. 256 pages, softcover from Nelson.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 8.37 X 5.43 (inches)
ISBN: 0785218890
ISBN-13: 9780785218890
UPC: 020049057872
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Publisher's Description

Dr. Chuck Missler's Prophecy 20/20 is a comprehensive, easily digested book that will give you a basic understanding of how past events fulfilled biblical prophecy. It provides a strategic grasp of prophecy that equips you to clearly see the "prophetic moment" of current events. Chuck Missler, founder of Koinonia House, analyzes trends on the geopolitical and technological horizons as well as their implications for the coming years.

Author Bio

Chuck Missler, after a distinguished military career and more than thirty very successful years in the business world, decided to pursue his life-long love of teaching the Bible on a full-time basis. He founded Koinonia House, an organization devoted to encouraging people to study the Bible. Koinonia House also produces the 66/40 radio broadcast, which features Missler's daily expository teaching. Missler and his wife, Nancy, have four grown children.

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