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Apocalypse Code
     

Apocalypse Code

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by Hal Lindsey
 

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Hal Lindsey, the father of modern-day Bible prophecy, contends that he has cracked the "Apocalypse Code" revealing long-hidden messages about man's future and the fate of the earth as prediced by the biblical prophet Daniel.

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Hal Lindsey, the father of modern-day Bible prophecy, contends that he has cracked the "Apocalypse Code" revealing long-hidden messages about man's future and the fate of the earth as prediced by the biblical prophet Daniel.

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ISBN-13:
9781888848212
Publisher:
Western Front, Limited
Publication date:
07/01/1997
Pages:
311
Product dimensions:
5.28(w) x 8.39(h) x 0.85(d)

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I, too, grew up reading Hal's books, starting with 'The Late Great Planet Earth' at the age of twelve. Then I grew up. Over time, I found that the only Hal Lindsey book that had an merit was 'Satan Is Alive and Well,' and that's because it was the only book where he wasn't dealing with his lame 'this is what it looks like to me' interpretations of prophecy. (That book actually dealt with some sound theology apart from all Hal's prophetic nonsense.) As for Hal's 'codes,' they are no codes at all, but impositions of 20th century thought on 1st century imagery. And that's not even the worst part. Hal (and those like him) based their entire interpretive procedures on an erronious 'rapture' doctrine and a flawed 'missing week' theory, neither of which hold water. In my own studies, I did indeed find a real 'Bible Code,' one that people can live with. More important, this Bibile code is THE interpretive Code that is the foundation of all prophetic thought. This Bible Code deals with the one truth, the two decisions, the three counterbalances, the four traits, the five disciplines, and the seven plus one Spirits. If you are ready to leave the childish behind and grow in Christian maturity, knowing what you really need to do when confronted with the ultimate choice between death or hell, try reading 'The Character Map: An Introduction to the Introductions in Revelation.' You'll never look at prophecy the same way again. Ike