Item description for Unveiling the End Times in Our Time: The Triumph of the Lamb in Revelation by Adrian Rogers...
Overview Conducted from a premillennial and pretribulational point of view, this study of the Book of Revelation explores the theme that America ultimately will separate from Israel and what prophetically will happen.
Publishers Description Respected Bible teacher and beloved pastor Adrian Rogers takes readers on a breathtaking journey through the "Blessing Book." Revelation offers every believer a dramatic and hope-filled overview of what the end of the age will be like. Some people think Revelation is confusing, or even scary, with all its talk of dragons and beasts. But it gives us a proper understanding of where history is headed that will empower us to live boldly as eagerly expect the return of King Jesus as the triumphant Lamb. As Adrian Rogers will show, the signs of the times already reveal God's plan for bringing his people into full redemption. And we can see them even in our time.
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Studio: B&H Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.08" Width: 6.32" Height: 1.02" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2004
Publisher Broadman And Holman
ISBN 0805426914 ISBN13 9780805426915
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More About Adrian Rogers
The late Adrian Rogers was the pastor of the 27,000-member Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis. He served three times as President of the Southern Baptist Convention and wrote many books. He also reached many people through his television and radio ministry, "Love Worth Finding."
Adrian Rogers currently resides in Memphis, in the state of Tennessee.
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Book Review Jan 29, 2007
Book was in good shape, delivery on time, and had a good price.
Truth in our day Sep 20, 2006
Adrian Rogers explains in very simple to understand terms the Book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ. He believes that the Bible is the inerrant word of Almighty God. From this basis, all Scripture explains Scripture. Therefore, I believe this book to be a very helpful tool to open to the reader an understanding of the Word of God. In Genesis, God created heaven and earth. In Revelation He comes as King of kings and Lord of Lords and creates a new heaven and earth with no more suffering and no more death.
Good Overall but Could Be Much Better Jul 11, 2006
Adrian perpetuates of the church age (which is a harmful myth to perpetuate) when he says started "when Jesus came the first time" and will end "when he will come a second time". Actually, if there was any so called church age, it started with the angels when they were created, who then worshipped Christ, God, and the Holy Spirit, and at the very least when Adam, Eve, and Abel existed. Contrary to what many confused Christians think, these three and the ancient Jews of the OT were not saved by sacrificing sheep, but rather the gospel, as the NT clearly teaches, so, so much for the "church" age. And the church will certainly not cease to exist, so I don't get how it can end.
In his explanation of when the rapture is going to be, he explains himself poorly. He says he doesn't no when it will be because no one knows the day or hour when Jesus returns (which implies he believes that that is when it will happen.) It would have been much better if he had just said, "The rapture will happen when Jesus will return to judge the world." And most Christians already know that you can't know the day or hour Jesus will return. The good thing is that he didn't teach that the rapture would occur before the tribulation.
He also seemed to imply that you can't get a good idea as to when Jesus will return with the day or hour comment, but that would mean all the prophecies in the Bible are useless, and obviously they are not.
So aside from that apparent contradiction, this book is decent, but I would try and find something better that is more clear in the rapture area.
"One of the three or four best on this subject!" Dec 11, 2005
Adrian Rogers recently passed away, and with him, some of the finest teaching skills in Christendom.
His Revelation is one of the best books on the subject. His strength is talking to the reader--not at the reader.
If you want Revelation in-depth, you might seek out "Revelation for the Complete Idiot". If you want a scholarly work, read Mounce.
If you want a teenager-oriented (or brand new believer, or teacher) book on Revelation, there is nothing better than: "Dragons, Grasshoppers, & Frogs!" by Jerry L. Parks.
But if you want a conversational-style commentary--one with wonderful alliteration (which Rogers was the best at!) look no further than this book. You will not be disappointed!
Time to Arise Church! Wake Up! Nov 3, 2005
This is a very structured book, for the Bible believing christian who believes the word of God to be the absolute truth. As the times we are living, christians today should be like the "bereans" to look on what times we are living. Accurate 100% the word of God gives us our "blessed hope" and the call for the Church of Christ at the end of times to Arise.
This is an easy step by step view of the book of Revelation, a Revelation of our Lord Jesus Christ. With pastor Rogers usual loving style but at the same time rigid and firm in his message, upholding the word of God.