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End Times Prophecy: Ancient Wisdom for Uncertain Times

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War and terror in the Middle East. Natural disasters and economic turmoil. The Bible predicted it all. But what does it mean?

In this revised, comprehensive classic on the end times, one of the world’s greatest interpreters of biblical prophecy gives us insight into how the past, present, and future fit together into an amazing divine design. End Times Prophecy

•    Takes you verse by verse through hundreds of key prophecies from Genesis to Revelation
•    Gives detailed insight into the prophecies that have been fulfilled and the ones still to come
•    Places each event in historical context
•    Offers solid scriptural evidence for every interpretation
•    Reminds us why the Bible is the ultimate source of meaning

Understanding biblical prophecy gives new purpose to our day-to-day activities and offers glorious hope of a new world to come.
Preface: Replacing Confusion with Clarity and Anxiety with Assurance

Before We Begin: Understanding Prophecy in Context

1. An End Times Timeline
2. The Rapture of the Church
3. The Antichrist and Tribulation
4. The King’s Return: Christ’s Second Coming
5. The Millennial Kingdom
6. God’s Chosen People: Israel in Prophecy
7. Judgment Day
8. Rewards of the Righteous
9. The Fall of Satan
10. Heaven, Our Eternal Home
11. What Should Believers Do Now?

Charts:
Order of Events of Bible Prophecy
Major Events of Unfulfilled Prophecy
Predicted Events Related to the Nations
Predicted Events Related to the Church
Predicted Order of Prophetic Events Related to Israel

Product Details

  • Title : End Times Prophecy: Ancient Wisdom for Uncertain Times
  • Author: Walvoord, John F.
  • Publisher: David C. Cook
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • ISBN: 9780781414326

During his sixty years as an author, teacher, and educator, Dr. John F. Walvoord articulated a comprehensive view of biblical prophecy. He served Dallas Theological Seminary for over half a century as faculty member, president, and chancellor. He continued to teach until a few weeks before his death in 2002.