Item description for When Bad Things Happen To Good Prophecies by A. Bernhard Kuiper...
Overview For centuries, self-appointed prophets have predicted the "soon" visible return of Christ. The "end times," "mysterious rapture," and "Armageddon" have simply not occurred. Is the Bible misleading, misread, or misunderstood? Something is seriously wrong when Christ is reduced to a worldly superstar and the universal Church to a Plan B. People are confused and discouraged by relentless prophetic failures. Murderous clashes of ethnic diversity are the ongoing result of the false belief by many that God still loves Jacob (Israel) and still hates Esau (Arabs). Writing from a burdened, passionate heart, Reverend Bernhard Kuiper invites the reader to find answers by refocusing on the words of Christ and His finished work.
Publishers Description Is christ excited to return to earth for a 1000 years? Does God still love Jacob ( Jews),and still hate Esau (Arabs) ? This book deals with this subject and much more.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.96" Width: 6.32" Height: 0.68" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Aug 12, 2005
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1597814555 ISBN13 9781597814553
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More "Replacement Theology" Nonsense Mar 28, 2008
The author of this book, while well-intentioned, fails miserably in his attempt to forward his replacement theology agenda. He also attempts, and fails, to convince the reader that dispensationalism is a false theology, concentrating on the predictions and the errors of well-known tv preachers and date-setters, rather than showing how Biblical prophecy all fits together. Proof-texting at its finest :-).
This is just one more example of the arrogance and the silliness of Calvinism, preterism, and other cornerstones of the modern "Reformed" movement. If you want to read a really accurate explanation of what the Bible actually has to say about the return of Christ, read J. Dwight Pentecost's "Things To Come".
Eschatological goodness! Nov 22, 2005
The author of this book flipping rocks! This is a fantastic book on eschatology. Read it!