Item description for It's the End of the World as We Know It (and I Feel Fine): How to stop worrying and learn to love these End Times by Jim Fletcher...
Overview Fletcher looks at how relevant and true Bible prophecy is, thereby removing the disconnect between it and the everyday lives of people living in American popular culture.
Publishers Description The realm of Bible prophecy fascinates millions of people, yet today there is a disconnect between true Bible prophecy and the everyday lives of people living in American popular culture. Bible prophecy experts are generally Christian conservatives/fundamentalists who talk about the Rapture, the antichrist, and the mark of the beast. Yet while those subjects titillate audiences, they do so in the same way the films of Stephen King scare us. Jim Fletcher fills that void with a look at just how relevant (and true) Bible prophecy really is, showing how: . Despite the mockery of the Bible today, we are in fact living in the last days of world history, as outlined in the Hebrew and Christian scriptures . God plainly reveals Himself in the Bible, and how an understanding of this can satisfy that human longing to know who is "out there" and what is happening in our world today. The writing model for this book is Blue Like Jazz (Donald Miller; Thomas Nelson, 2003) and Velvet Elvis: Repainting the Christian Faith (Rob Bell; Zondervan, 2005).
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Studio: Christian Life
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Feb 17, 2009
Publisher Excel Books
ISBN 1599794721 ISBN13 9781599794723
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More About Jim Fletcher
Jim Fletcher has a BA in Journalism from College of the Ozarks, and spent six years as a small-town newspaper editor. From 1993 to 2007, he served as senior editor for New Leaf Publishing Group. He is also a member of the executive committee of the National Christian Leadership Conference for Israel (NCLCI). He and his wife, Dianna, live with their four children in the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas.
Jim Fletcher currently resides in Apex Ozark Mountains Ozark M, in the state of North Carolina. Jim Fletcher was born in 1954.
Reviews - What do customers think about It's the End of the World as We Know It (and I Feel Fine): How to stop worrying and learn to love these End Times?
passionatte author Dec 13, 2009
Jim is opening the eyes of many people to biblical prophecy in a way that will reach the culture of our times, which is not easy. Many prophecy conferences contain mostly elderly leaders that focus on what, in their opinion, is yet to come. The bible clearly, and sometimes not so clearly, tells us what God wants us to know about the last days. I do personally believe we are in them, but don't hold me to it. My point is that Jim looks at what has been fufilled as opposed to what may or may not happen to prove the validity of the Bible. They say history is our best teacher and there are some good lessons to be learned. This man is so committed to the state of Israel that he has the date 5-14-48 tattoed on his forearm in the spot where his holocost friends wear theirs. He will make you laugh and he will make you think.
A Must Read!! Sep 17, 2009
I don't have anything new to add to what the other reviewers commented. The author just adds a different side to the end times, one that is humorous at times. Biblically solid! I highly recommend it!
It's the End of the World as We Know It Aug 1, 2009
A good reminder for those who already know their eschatology. A good primer for those who are not sure about eschatology.
Hard book to put down! Jul 28, 2009
What a great read. Very eye opening, entertaining, and I think, dead on. Very well written. I look forward to reading Jim's future books.
Don't miss this one!
It's the End of the World as We Know It (and I Feel Fine): How to stop worrying and learn to love these End Times Jul 12, 2009
Loved the book. And was blown away by how fast it got here and the great condition it was in when I received it. Thanks