And the Lamb Wins: Why the End of the World Is Really Good News  -     By: Simon Ponsonby
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And the Lamb Wins: Why the End of the World Is Really Good News

Simon Ponsonby / 2008 / Paperback

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There is a growing interest in the end times, but with that interest comes confusing and sometimes misleading messages. Pastor Simon Ponsonby takes a closer look at what the Bibles says about the end times and the return of Christ. Gain a better understanding of this challenging topic.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Simon Ponsonby
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 1434767558
ISBN-13: 9781434767554

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There is a growing collective interest in the end times. But with that interest comes a barrage of confusing, and sometimes misleading, ideas and messages. With so much available information, how can we discern fact from fiction?

Pastor Simon Ponsonby takes an eye-opening look at what the future holds. Cutting through today's cultural din, Simon examines provocative topics including:

  • Biblical indicators of the end times
  • The return of Jesus Christ
  • The tribulation and the rapture
  • Israel's place in the future
  • The true role of the antichrist

Simon examines each event through the lens of solid scripture, and shares how we can realistically and positively react to these revelations in our daily life. Most of all, we'll find that whatever the future has in store, our hope lies beyond this world. Because no matter the end, the lamb wins.

Author Bio

Ordained at Trinity College Bristol, pastor Simon Ponsonby served as the Oxford Evangelical Pastorate Chaplain before accepting a position as the pastor of theology at St. Aldates Church in August 2005. Books to his credit include More and God Inside Out. Simon and his wife, Tiffany have two sons and live in Oxford, England.

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  1. Asia
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    Well-written, easy-to-read book on eschatology
    January 31, 2013
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    Asia
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    This book is just a bit over 200 pages but it systematically lays out an end-time scenario with a lot of biblical support.

    The author explains various views held by Christians and explains why he interprets apocalyptic passages the way he does.

    I so appreciated the author's humble attitude and his thorough treatment of the topics covered. His arguments were well-reasoned and easy to understand.

    This book was engaging and I was never tempted to skim (something I occasionally do when books get boring).

    I was hoping the author might address Universal Reconciliation (UR) since that's a pretty big area of discussion nowadays, but he didn't spend more than a sentence or two on it. He did say that he doesn't find scripture to support it, so I suppose addressing various views regarding post-mortem reconciliation seemed unnecessary.

    I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in learning more about the end times and Christ's return!
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