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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 1984
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Revelation: Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture [ACCS]Edited by William C. WeinrichInterVarsity Press / 2005 / Hardcover$36.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Throughout the centuries, many people have sought to predict the course of human events. But none have compared to the incredible accuracy of the ancient Hebrew prophets.
The time has come for us to wake up and realize where we are on God’s timetable. These predicted calamities aren’t going to happen to just anybody. They may well happen to your closest friends, or children, or family, oryou!
Hal Lindsey has written 18 books, with total sales of more than 35 million worldwide, including The Late Great Planet Earth, The Messiah, and There’s a New World Coming. An international speaker and coanchor of a weekly television news show (“The International Intelligence Briefing”), Lindsey graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary with a degree in New Testament and early Greek literature.
Marty DempseyAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5It's good for those who are not scholarsOctober 30, 2010Marty DempseyAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I'm a big fan of Hal Lindsey, because I've never had to go back and check out what he says. I've taught End Time prophetic study for over 40 years, and long ago lost track of the books, DVD studies, and biblical studies I've done, and this book is a great for those who don't have a lot of background but want to understand The Revelation. No one book will give a complete insight but this one lays an excellent foundation. Folks, it's time to look up; our redemption draws near. Keep an eye on Israel, and you won't miss the clock's warning. America is quickly moving toward readiness for Global governance, and many other prophetic alerts are in place. Read the book and pay attention! PS. I noted the review saying the book was not schalarly; that does NOT relfect on its value; Lindsey writes so that you don't have to be a scholar to understand escotology. He fills a void that blesses many. He is a scholar, in case you didn't know. He knows both Hebrew and Greek, and knows what he's talking about.
Jon1 Stars Out Of 5March 14, 2001JonImaginative. But, really BAD scholarship.