Item description for The End Times Simplified by Jc Alexander...
Overview Understanding the end times has never been easier. This book could very well be called The End Times for Dummies, but it is so in-depth and thought-provoking that even the most seasoned prophecy scholar will finish the book with a deeper understanding of the end times prophecies. It is written in plain, easy-to-understand, everyday language that won't leave you feeling as though you are a dummy. After spending most of his adult life digging through the Scriptures and seeking after the counsel of God, Mr. Alexander has finally put pen to paper and produced a masterpiece of simplicity with this work. It is less of an interpretation of the prophecies and more of a simple surrender to what the Scriptures have been plainly speaking to us all along. "When we stop trying to make the Scriptures fit into our favorite doctrine, stop overanalyzing every single word, and look past the faulty traditions that have misled us for so long, we can begin to see the 'simplicity of Christ,' even in what has been considered by some as a hidden area of understanding." All of your questions are about to be answered. You will gain full understanding of everything including the Tribulation and the wrath of God, the Rapture in relation to the Tribulation and the wrath of God, and what the world of the antichrist will look like in the end. You will even learn about the great contrast between what Christianity and Islam have to say about the end times-and the significance of that difference. You simply won't believe your eyes!
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.2" Height: 1.3" Weight: 1.6 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2003
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1591609232 ISBN13 9781591609230
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Reviews - What do customers think about The End Times Simplified?
When is a review not a review? Jan 8, 2007
Did anyone else notice that the so called "review"(1-18-2003) was actually written by the author of this book? This "review" is nothing more than the promotinal material material the author has posted on his web site. Of course authors have the right to promote their own books, but to call it a "review" is misleading.
From the author. Dec 18, 2003
This is a topical look at the end times that draws from a linear study that was completed by the author after many years of seeking after God. (That linear study is being prepared for publication in 04) The reason that there are so many different versions of the prophesies is because none of them has convincingly addressed all of the many different facets of the prophesies, and answered all the questions that they raise. Most books raise more questions than they answer. One reason is because they are based on old and new theories alike which have no true scriptural basis. After struggling with many of the traditional theories that just didn't add up scripturally, I jettisoned all of it and began asking God about all those things which seemed so contradictory. The result is a very different way of thinking. This book is liberating in it's theology, and refreshing in it's simplicity. Below are a few things that this book will help you to understand.
Without clearly understanding the difference between the Tribulation and the Wrath of God you will never be able to understand the end times prophesies. When you mention the Tribulation, most people get a mental picture of the horrible plagues of wrath described in the book of Revelation which God pours out on sinners. The Tribulation has nothing to do with the Wrath of God, and the Wrath of God has nothing to do with the Tribulation. They are two very distinctly different times and series of events. Jesus said that He would return after the Tribulation to gather His elect, at the same time 1 Thessalonians 5:9 tells us that "God hath not appointed us to wrath, but to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ." In the New Testament the elect is not just Israel or a small portion of Israel, but believing Jews and gentiles who posses the same saving faith. Peter described the elect in 1 Peter 1:2 as "Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ." That is who Jesus is coming for after the Tribulation and before the Wrath. The anti-Christ causes Tribulation with his followers and will then suffer the Wrath with them.
The Antichrist does not rule all of the world, but rather ten nations, which Daniel and the Revelation both agree upon. From that base of ten nations he launches war and attempts to rule the world. Those ten nations have nothing to do with Rome. The Rome theory began during the Roman Empire and was reinvented as a revised Rome theory later on. The prophesies of Daniel always skip over the Roman Empire and go directly to the latter day regrouping of the Middle East portion of Alexander the Great's divided Greek Empire. Jesus and the writers of the New Testament said nothing to contradict or change that fact. Through the scriptures and by a simple look at a map of the Ancient Greek Empire, we are able to get a pretty good idea of who the ten nations who give their power over to the Antichrist are. One big oversized hint is the fact that there will be an actual city of trade called Babylon. By rightly dividing the Word of Truth, current world events take on a whole new meaning. Those nations of the Middle East who so desperately seek to destroy Israel are the very same nations who give the power of their kingdoms over to the Antichrist. If you are looking for a revised Rome, stop wasting your time. Look for the U.S. and the rest of the world to build the Iraqi free trade zone which will be centered in a city called Babylon. Once we have that city and a temple for the Jews, we are at the end of time.
This book uses Scripture to clearly define Mystery Babylon, the meaning of the seven mountains and one-third of the earth in Revelation; the difference between Gog, Armageddon and the Antichrist destruction of Israel; and the real mark of the beast. It breaks past all of the faulty theories that have kept the Church bound by confusion, and presents the end times prophesies in a way that is easy for the first time student to understand, and liberates those who have been searching for the truth for many years. And best of all, it's large print so it's easy to breeze through.