End Time Delusion

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Will Christians vanish in a rapture? Will seven years of apocalyptic terror overtake those left behind? Will one future Mr. Diabolical -- the antichrist -- rise to control the world? Will he enter a rebuilt Jewish temple, claiming to be God? Will Earth's nations attack Israel at Armageddon? Best-selling books like Left Behind and popular apocalyptic movies predict such things. Are they correct? No area of Christianity has been subject to more misguided interpretation than prophecy. Millions of Christians sense we...
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Overview

Will Christians vanish in a rapture? Will seven years of apocalyptic terror overtake those left behind? Will one future Mr. Diabolical -- the antichrist -- rise to control the world? Will he enter a rebuilt Jewish temple, claiming to be God? Will Earth's nations attack Israel at Armageddon? Best-selling books like Left Behind and popular apocalyptic movies predict such things. Are they correct? No area of Christianity has been subject to more misguided interpretation than prophecy. Millions of Christians sense we are nearing Jesus Christ's return. Yet when it comes to what the majority thinks will happen during Earth's last days, and what the Bible actually says will occur, the difference is seismic. With clarity and biblical accuracy, End Time Delusions exposes massive errors now flooding through media and in much of today's sensational prophecy writing. This book closely examines tightly meshed yet speculative theories about the rapture, seven-year tribulation, antichrist, and the modern Jewish state. This book is no novelty. Buttressed with solid teachings from many of Christianity's most illustrious scholars, it lets the Bible speak for itself about the past, present, and future.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780768429602
  • Publisher: Destiny Image Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/1/2004
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 701,531
  • Product dimensions: 6.04 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.63 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2011

    Has many valid points; but anti-Catholic; anti-non-Protestant

    I am currently reading this book, and while I agree he has many valid points; particularly with regard to the "Left Behind" series of books, his anti-Catholic, anti-non Protestant, views are typical of the mistaken characterizations made by Protestants about the Church.
    This is not to say that: 1.) The Church hasn't made errors; 2.) I necessarily agree with everything the Church says (as a Catholic). He seems to ignore the many variations of Protestant doctrines, except where they all are anti-Catholic. I was planning to read one of his other books, but now I'm not so sure. He is entitled to his interpretation of Scripture, but it is only his interpretation. I agree that no Pope, Patriarch, Preacher, including him/he, can dictate to anyone else how to live. I agree ultimately that only Faith and belief in the Son, as the only intermediary with the Father, can intercede for us, but there are many mistakes made, by all religions, Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, and others; which is why (though I don't subscribe to this) some people reject religion and faith. Perhaps, if I interpret Mr. Wohlberg correctly, we should just read the Bible itself and interpret for ourselves; live by its precepts the best we can; and when and if there is a Judgment, confess our sins; seek forgiveness, and let the Most High judge us. We shall see.

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  • Posted February 5, 2009

    too legalistic for my taste

    This book tries to cover the history of the Christian doctrine of the end times. The author covers the material with a legalistic fundamental point of view. I stopped reading the book when he wrote that the ten commandments apply to Christians, and people who say that "Christians are not governed by divine law" are playing into the hands of the antichrist.<BR/><BR/>I am returning the book to Barnes and Noble. It is really that bad!

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  • Posted February 11, 2012

    Highly Recommended - you must read!

    This is not a novel - it is real truth. Every point is backed up by scripture. We so easily accept what people tell us as truth without checking is out in the Bible. You can check out everything in this book because it all has biblical referrences. It's amazing!!

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