Item description for Charts Of Bible Prophecy (Zondervan Charts) by H. Wayne House, Randall Price & John D. Hannah...
Overview Students and laypersons alike can gain an evenhanded understanding of major issues and themes in Bible prophecy from this comprehensive chart book. Designed to appeal to nonspecialist readers, this title presents charts on Hermeneutical or Interpretative Methodology in Prophecy, Systems of Eschatology, First and Second Comings of Christ, the Nation of Israel, the Tribulation, the Olivet Discourse and Prophecy, The Books of Daniel and Revelation in Prophecy, and the Millennium.
Publishers Description Prophecy and Archaeology ? Development of Antichrist Typology ? Messianic Prophecies Fulfilled in Christ ? Three Stages of Dispensationalism ? A Survey of the Second Coming ? The Temple of Israel in IslamYou'll find all of these topics among the 120 charts in Charts of Bible Prophecy. Dealing with prophecies of the Bible and the doctrines and issues that surround them, this book lays out important information clearly and concisely, furnishing both general Bible readers and specialists in Bible prophecy with the learning advantages of a visual format.The charts are arranged under thirteen headings: 1. An Introduction to Prophecy2. Hermeneutics and Prophecy3. Fulfillment of Prophecy4. Prophetic Texts5. Systems of Eschatology6. The Rapture and the Second Coming7. The Nation of Israel8. Teaching on the Tribulation9. The Olivet Discourse10. Teaching on the Millennium11. Daniel and Revelation12. Death and the Afterlife13. Comparative EschatologyRegardless of your stance on Bible prophecy, you'll appreciate this volume's evenhanded approach in presenting and comparing different viewpoints.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8.5" Height: 11" Weight: 0.42 lbs.
Release Date Nov 4, 2003
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Series Zondervan Charts
ISBN 0310218969 ISBN13 9780310218968 UPC 025986218966
Availability 0 units.
More About H. Wayne House, Randall Price & John D. Hannah
H. Wayne House is distinguished research professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Faith Evangelical Seminary in Tacoma, Washington, and adjunct professor of Law, Trinity Law School of Trinity International University. He also leads Bible study tours to Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Rome, Greece, and Turkey.
Dennis W. Jowers is professor of Theology and Apologetics at Faith Evangelical Seminary in Tacoma, Washington. He holds degrees from the University of Chicago (B.A.) and Scotland s University of Edinburgh (M.Th., Ph.D.)."
H. Wayne House currently resides in the state of Oregon.
Reviews - What do customers think about Charts Of Bible Prophecy?
Charts of Bible Prophecy Review Mar 29, 2007
I am still in the process of reading the book and studing the charts.
Some go along with what we have just studied or will be covering in near future in my class.
I had seen and examined part of the book prior to ordering it.
What I have read to this time is very good. Just takes a little
time study and understand the charts.
Lifting The Fog Over The Vast Prophetic Clutter... Aug 27, 2006
CHARTS OF BIBLE PROPHECY categorizes, compares, lists, and illustrates, making Bible prophecy more comprehensible and coherent for the beginner, or sharper for the experienced. Some of the book's larger parts are "Part 11: Daniel and Revelation" with 18 charts, "Part 5: Systems of Eschatology with 13, and "Part 7: The Nation of Israel" with 11.
SIMPLE CHART EXAMPLE: # 76-"Old Testament Tributlation Terms and Expressions," where the chart consists only of 2 columns, the right listing the verse references and the left the corresponding tribulation terms--"birth pangs," "Day of the Lord," "day of vengeance," "day of Jacob's trouble" etc.
COMPLEX CHART EXAMPLE: # 52- "Views on the Rapture," which is divided into 5 subcharts that each represent a view (pre-trib, partial, pre-wrath, midtrib, and post-trib), with each followed by "Statement of View," "Proponents," then 2 columns of arguments for and against. (How clarifying is this format!)
My personal chart favorites are #10-"Contrasts between the Abrahamic and Mosaic Covenants" and #24- "Unfulfilled Prophecy." Some charts incorporate extrabiblical sources, such as #79-"Identity of the Antichrist through the Centuries." Also, though both authors are pre-trib dispensationalists, the book's inclusive in representing different systems of interpretation in the charts.
If you want charts this is a nice collection Feb 6, 2005
With 119 charts this is an excellent resource for studying or teaching Bible prophecy. There isn't much in terms of explanation but it is still a great resource with some surprises. Some of the charts include a Contrast Between the Abrahamic and Mosaic Covenant, Stages of the Kingdom of God, Biblical Types, Basic Approaches to Eschatology, Harmony of Daniel, Views on the Relationship of Joel, Alternate Determinations of the Seventy Weeks of Daniel, Comparison of Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism, Contrasts between the Rapture Views, Prophetic Significance of Old Testament Offerings, Views on the Millennium, Evaluating Views on Daniel, and even a few charts on the similarities and differences between Muslim, Jewish, and Christian eschatology. With even handed treatment that presents different views in an organized and logical form Charts of Bible Prophecy is a great resource for putting the information into an easy to understand format and teaching eschatology.