Breaking the Apocalypse Code: Setting the Record Straight About the End Times  -     By: Mark Hitchcock, Thomas Ice, Chuck Smith
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Breaking the Apocalypse Code: Setting the Record Straight About the End Times

Word For Today / 2007 / Paperback

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In The Apocalypse Code, Hank Hanegraaff claims that he's cracked the code to Revelation. Has he? Hitchcock and Ice provide an alternative to the Bible Answer Man's preterist stance and offer solid biblical answers to questions such as "Will the antichrist die and come back to life?" "What about modern Israel?" and more. 240 pages, softcover from The Word for Today.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Word For Today
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X 0.63 (inches)
ISBN: 1597510351
ISBN-13: 9781597510356

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  1. 3 Stars Out Of 5
    April 13, 2010
    Chris Lemons
    I was and still am on the fence in the argument between dispensationalism and partial preterism, I have read Hank Hanegraaff's "The Apocalypse Code", and now Hitchcock and Ice's "Breaking The Apocalypse Code"... Hank comes across arrogant and attacking toward dispensationalist ideas and the holders of the ideas... Then Hitchcock and Ice come out pointing that very thing out, and then proceed to do the same thing...Both sides make very valid points, and both sides have major flaws as well... To all of the above reviewers who stated this book cleared up your confusion from Hanks book, I feel you just wanted a reason to continue to believe what we have always been taught..Both sides I am in disagreement with, Hank supposes that the dispensationalist are wrong because they take escatology literal, while Hitchcock and Ice suppose, Hank takes everything alegorically... I suppose in my humble opinion, that it should be some of both, the problem is; what is what??I am now reading R.C. Sproul's "The Last Days According to Jesus" to get a pure presentation of a view, rather than Christians attacking Christians over secondary issues which should not even effect the way we live our lives...Rather than worrying about how it is all gonna end, whether the tribulation is in the past or worrying about the newspaper watching for the signs, we should be all about EVANGELISM and DISCIPLESHIP...Bottomline spread the gospel...preach the good news, make disciples, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit...!! I am just curious about the 2 views, and will continue to research them... God Bless!
  2. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    April 21, 2009
    I've got to hand it to Hitchcock and Ice, they use the whole of scriptures to back up their points. I'm not a big debate fan, but I feel that they are necessary to show the majority that there is another side. Hitchcock is hitting it on the money here. If you have never read the Apocalypse Code by Hank Hanegraaff, then this book won't have has much of an impact, but it is still going over the spiritual truths of scripture from the pre-millennial standpoint. This book can stand alone, but it is a rebuttal to the book by Hank. Very informative.
  3. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    April 19, 2009
    Jake Morgason
    I have watched the DVD debate. This book covers much of that debate. I think the evidence leans more toward the pre trib view. Though I think Hank is a man of God he just has a wrong view of the end times. If you want answers this is a good book but I think it could have gone into more detail
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 7, 2008
    Andrea Bowman
    What a breath of fresh air after reading Hank Hanegraaff's book! His ideas are way off according to the Bible, and need to be pointed out to people. They have done it in a good way that doesn't seem "un-Christian" like in Mr. Hanegraaff's book. Thank you!!
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    April 25, 2008
    John Wicks
    Lynnwood, WA
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: male
    Excellent Book exposing the False claims of Hanegraaf's book. Showing from the Bible and History that he is not being true to the Scriptures but twisting them to fit his Theological presuppositions.I would recommend this book to anyone.And plan on haveing a copy placed in onr Church Library.
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