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The ancient Mayans were expert astronomers and their advanced calendar cycles predict December 21, 2012 as a catastrophic day of apocalypse. This book will equip Christians to effectively counter baseless speculation with biblical fact.
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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2009
In 2012, the Bible, and the End of the World, bestselling prophecy expert Mark Hitchcock explores a fascinating last-days controversy that is gaining the attention of millions all over the globe.
What should Christians make of the rapidly spreading speculations that the world will end on December 21, 2012? The ancient Mayans were expert astronomers and their advanced calendar cycles predict 12/21/2012 as a catastrophic day of apocalypse. This prophecy has spawned a growing number of fringe-element books, Web sites, and even a major movie complete with all-star cast scheduled to release in July 2009.
Missing in the furor is a biblical perspective. Bible teacher Mark Hitchcock whose books have sold more than 300,000 copies examines the following questions:
- Why December 21, 2012?
- Can we trust the Mayan alarm clock?
- Does the Bible say anything about 2012?
- What signs will tell us that Armageddon is near?
This book provides a fascinating survey of both the historical past and the prophetic future. Readers will discover how to effectively counter baseless speculation with biblical fact.
Norman Perry5 Stars Out Of 5very relevant to today.March 11, 2011Norman PerryQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Very good and informative and relevant to todays world. The author is very knowledgeable concerning last days prophecy and endtime world events. Would recommend it.
Susan RudolphSouth DakotaAge: 45-54Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5surprisingly disappointedDecember 13, 2010Susan RudolphSouth DakotaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 2I purchased this book for my mom who has been hearing some of the 2012 hype. It was very informative when it discussed all the possibilities floating around but when it came time to present the biblical view of end times he did so from a millennialism viewpoint - which I do not agree with. Jesus will come only once, and Revelation is not meant to be read as a literal account. We believers won't be swept away leaving our pajamas behind while others wander around bedazzled! Many of us are Amillennialists (many Christian denomations) so only reading about the one viewpoint was regretful.
John Diehl5 Stars Out Of 5September 15, 2010John Diehla lot of information. Anyone who is wondering about 2012 should read this book, and find out the truth.
Rose Cuzick4 Stars Out Of 5June 3, 2010Rose CuzickI really enjoyed this book. good information to pass along to those who question 'end times'. God is in charge, we are here by His will and we will leave by His will, whenever He chooses.
Jesse Crowder5 Stars Out Of 5April 16, 2010Jesse CrowderExcellent Book! Very Informative! Gives a lot of facts of information that I wasn't aware of.