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The End: A Futurists Guide to the Very Last Days [Paperback]

By Mark Hatch (Author)
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Nuclear warfare. Religious jihads. Genetic engineering run amuck. Are we nearing the end of the world as we know it? A few vocal futurists have publicly admitted that we are likely to destroy ourselves by the year 2050. Many more say that for the first time in human history we cannot confidently predict the broad outlines of the human condition a mere 50 years from now. Join futurist Mark Hatch in this absorbing-and alarming-wake-up call on why many of today's scientists and futurists believe the end is near. Hatch will examine credible doomsday scenarios and compare them with the biblical indicators of the last days. Then, he'll invite you to explore with him what this means for Christians. In Hatch's first book, Boiling Point, released in January of 2001, he told us that within the decade we would see: blackouts and rolling brownouts (like those that have since hit both coasts), the danger of new infectious diseases (West Nile Virus, specifically), an increase in terrorism (with the likely development of ultra-violent extremism), and the use of video to distribute terror images globally (such as filmed beheadings). What's next for our fragile planet? Read The End to discover what the last chapter holds in store.

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A few vocal futurists have publicly admitted that we are likely to destroy ourselves by the year 2050. Many more admit that, for the first time in human history, we cannot confidently predict the broad outlines of the human condition a mere 50 years from now. Here is a fascinating look at why many of today's scientists and futurists believe the end is near and how that should inform our Christian journey. Pointing out that secular and Christian observers can already see that we have entered the final season, this resource explores credible doomsday scenarios and compares those theories with the biblical indicators of the very last days. This is a call to live our lives with commitment and consistency in light of the end's reality and proximity.

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Studio: Regal
Pages   128
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.46" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.34"
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jan 1, 2007
Age  12-10
ISBN  0830742840  
ISBN13  9780830742844  

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More About Mark Hatch

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Mark Hatch is a professional member of the World Futures Society and ran a major futures research project for a Fortune 500 company. He has worked with numerous renowned futures-related institutions including the MIT Media Lab, The Institute for the Future, and the Global Business Network. He has been quoted in "Wired" and "Computerworld," has presented at various technology conferences, and has made numerous radio appearances. A former Green Beret, Mark holds an MBA from the Drucker Center at the Claremont Graduate University and a BA in economics from the University of California at Irvine. He lives with his wife and two sons in Southern California.

Mark Hatch currently resides in the state of California. Mark Hatch was born in 1960.

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Reviews - What do customers think about End?

Sobering, Yet Inspirational  Mar 20, 2007
I am the editor of a magazine for a faith-based organization and received a review copy from the publisher. I've now read it twice and had been carrying it in my breifcase until I gave it to a friend today. So I just bought a second copy!
Frankly, this book frightened me more than anything I have read in a very long time. However, it ends with a focus on stewardship and evangelism and encourages readers to make a difference in our world in the time we have left.
Author Mark Hatch's credentials are impressive; he also has the ability to make highly technical sujects easy to understand, so THE END is NOT difficult to read.
Get this book-it is an absolute necessity! I am recommending it to ALL of my friends!
Getting attention of people today  Feb 28, 2007
Genetic Engineering, Nuclear Neighbors, Religious Jihad. Are we living in the last days?

Futurist, Mark Hatch shares an alarming wake-up call on why many believe the end is near. This is an amazing and enlightening look into the future and how it relates to End Times, Mark Hatch breaks all the scientific and political aspects down into bite-size pieces, for those of us not so inclined. He reveals startling procedures that are now in progress.

With experts saying there is no way to determine whether our world will still be intact fifty years from now, Hatch has put together a collection of information about the end times that is short, to the point, and easy to understand. He gives accurate and succinct explanations of big issues in recent news and reveals the truth behind the hype.

This book will appeal to those with an interest in futurist studies. Scientists and futurists, both secular and Christian, are pointing to the same events as indications that the world may be in its final season. He also discusses probable scenarios for the end times, andcompares those with Biblical references to the last days.

The End is a call to attention for the people of the twenty-first century. Hatch sheds light on popular theories and addresses present-day concerns about the last days. Hatch explores what it means for

Christians that the end is near and emphasizes the necessity for living committed lives with the end in sight.

Armchair Interviews says: A reminder to live life right.

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