There's a New World Coming: "A Prophetic Odyssey" Paperback – Jun 1973
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In 100 years, Hal Lindsey will be remembered in footnotes of history books that equate him with past failed prophets like William Miller (the Adventist who predicted the coming of Christ in 1843), Ann Lee (the Shaker founder who declared the start of the new Millennium in the 1840s), Joachim of Italy (the world would end in 1260), Jan Matthys (a Reformation-era doomsayer who caused a Branch-Davidian style slaughter), and Montanus (the original false prophet of doom, who said Jesus would return in Asia Minor in the 2nd century). Like them, Lindsey felt behind him a trail of disappointed, dispirited people who took him seriously. Lindsey predicted that the world would end by 1988 - and guess what, we're still here! A lot of people altered their entire approach to life; they put off college, put off marriage, and did NOTHING to make the world a better place - after all, why help care for the poor, fight the persecution of Christians overseas, or work to stem the moral decline of America when IT'S ALL ABOUT TO GET BLOWN UP ANYWAY. In fact, the rise in abortions, environmental destruction, starvation, disease, etc. is A GOOD THING, because it confirms our FAITH that the RAPTURE is about to happen!Read more ›
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Hal Lindsey's interpretation of this last book of the Bible is a must read for all people. The time is at hand!!!!Published 7 months ago by Alexandra Hammond
I read this book years ago, and I've studied Revelation carefully on my own.
Sorry. I'm not buying this story that Revelation "predicts the future. Read more
Not only has Hal Lindsey written a commentary that makes the Book of Revelation easier to understand than ever before, he also throws in touches that make it read like an... Read morePublished on Aug. 4 2000 by Joshua Claassen