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The End of the Age [NOOK Book]

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Today there is unprecedented interest in the end times. Scientists admit that a meteor almost hit the earth. Citizens are concerned for their safety and our future. In this fast-paced, page-turning novel, The End of the Age portrays the real possibility that a world-wide catastrophe will trigger prophetic events predicted in Revelation that bring the world to the edge of the end times.

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Overview

Today there is unprecedented interest in the end times. Scientists admit that a meteor almost hit the earth. Citizens are concerned for their safety and our future. In this fast-paced, page-turning novel, The End of the Age portrays the real possibility that a world-wide catastrophe will trigger prophetic events predicted in Revelation that bring the world to the edge of the end times.

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Editorial Reviews

Ray Olson
The most successful and famous televangelist gives fictional expression to apocalyptic prophecy. In A.D. 2000, a flaming asteroid strikes Earth between Hawaii and California. The consequent tsunami, earthquakes, and volcanism wipe out virtually all life around the northern Pacific rim. This is only the beginning of a plot that unfolds according to the last-days scenario in the biblical Book of Revelation. Successive U.S. presidents commit suicide and are murdered by agents of the Antichrist aka Mark Beaulieu, who then becomes ruler of a new world order centered in Babylon. Things go from bad to worse, except for the "unaffected" i.e., those who accept Jesus Christ as their savior, and even they suffer while often becoming guerrilla warriors during the years before . . . Armageddon, of course. Finally, "the reign of Jesus Christ and His saints" begins. With little art but great sincerity and forcefulness, Robertson dramatizes an Evangelical Christian eschatological vision that many fellow evangelicals such as Tom Sine in "Cease Fire" discount. His book is fascinating, though--all the more so because of the many political and cultural bugbears of the religious right that he manages to drag into the yarn as instruments of Satan. Members of "The 700 Club" will be enthralled.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781418560287
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/13/1995
  • Sold by: THOMAS NELSON
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 331,507
  • File size: 780 KB

Meet the Author

PAT ROBERTSON is the founder and chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network, Inc., founder of Regent University, The Center for Law and Justice, and International Family Entertainment, Inc. Robertson is the author of ten books including The Turning Tide, The New Millennium, and The End of the Age. His New York Times bestseller, The New World Order, was the number one religious book in America in the year of its publication, as were The Secret Kingdom and Answers to 100 of Life's Most Probing Questions. Robertson was named among America's 100 Cultural Elite by Time magazine. He and wife, Dede, have four children and thirteen grandchildren. They reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2007

    grave and too quick paced

    A very grave tale concerning the end of days. Coincidently, most of the destruction to the US occurred in the pacific wall states (blue, left states), southern California suffering the worst, which may be a subtle insertion of Pat Robertson's political preferences. Politics aside, the story was too quick paced. This tribulation account would have been better if Robertson would have elaborated more by expanding this novel into a series of novels. Good detailed descriptions of violence, mayhem, catastrophe, and human suffering, but the story line is predictable. The novel's characters are accessible on a topical or acquaintance level. A series, like the Left Behind series, could have built a better relationship between the characters and the reader. I enjoyed reading this book so much, that i wish it could have been longer.

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