Maybe Everyone Is Wrong: Revelations, Conspiracy, and the Kingdom of Heaven

Maybe Everyone Is Wrong: Revelations, Conspiracy, and the Kingdom of Heaven

by Terry Wolfe
Maybe Everyone Is Wrong: Revelations, Conspiracy, and the Kingdom of Heaven

Maybe Everyone Is Wrong: Revelations, Conspiracy, and the Kingdom of Heaven

by Terry Wolfe

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Overview

This study brings together the whole story of Revelation (as well as Daniel, Isaiah, and the Gospels, among other prophecies) and shows how together they form a coherent narrative-not just of the end of the world, but of God's immense plan to allow Satan to build a global empire of evil on earth over the centuries.

Find out why popular interpretations surrounding the Antichrist, the Tribulation, the Rapture, Zionism, the Millennial Kingdom, the Beast, the Mark, and the Whore of Babylon are all deeply mistaken and in need of re-examination. No tradition is safe when we look closely at the holy text!

One of the main goals of this book is to show that Revelation is a single, linear story, with no repetition, redundancy, or interchangeable parts. Every seal, trumpet, and vial is unique and has to happen in the exact order they appear.

Skeptical? Fantastic. Be prepared to see things in the Bible you've never even thought about before, including a prophecy in Jeremiah which has allowed Satan to believe he will have a final victory over God when Jesus Christ comes back to Jerusalem! Oh, and did I mention that most of Revelation happens after the Church is wiped out by Satan? Learn the mystery of the 144,000 elect and prepare yourself for a whole new appreciation of the final book of the Bible.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780228837770
Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Publication date: 10/14/2020
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)

About the Author

Terry Wolfe is an ordinary working-class Christian from Canada, raised Mennonite. He was taught to respect the word of the Bible above the teachings of men, and to always question the ways of the world. He has published two books of analysis already ("The Kojima Code" and "A Stealth Game: The Kojima Code, Part II") but has always wanted to dive into the world of theology, interpretation, and prophecy. As with his previous books, this one shatters preconceptions within an extremely rigid and sensitive subculture, boldly asking questions nobody else seems willing to. He does not ask to be trusted at face value, but challenges the reader to ask themselves what makes more sense.
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