Synopses & Reviews
Prophecy and Archaeology ? Development of Antichrist Typology ? Messianic Prophecies Fulfilled in Christ ? Three Stages of Dispensationalism ? A Survey of the Second Coming ? The Temple of Israel in Islam
You'll find all of these topics among the 120 charts in Charts of Bible Prophecy. Dealing with prophecies of the Bible and the doctrines and issues that surround them, this book lays out important information clearly and concisely, furnishing both general Bible readers and specialists in Bible prophecy with the learning advantages of a visual format.
The charts are arranged under thirteen headings:
1. An Introduction to Prophecy
2. Hermeneutics and Prophecy
3. Fulfillment of Prophecy
4. Prophetic Texts
5. Systems of Eschatology
6. The Rapture and the Second Coming
7. The Nation of Israel
8. Teaching on the Tribulation
9. The Olivet Discourse
10. Teaching on the Millennium
11. Daniel and Revelation
12. Death and the Afterlife
13. Comparative Eschatology
Regardless of your stance on Bible prophecy, you'll appreciate this volume's evenhanded approach in presenting and comparing different viewpoints.
Students and laypersons alike can gain an evenhanded understanding of major issues and themes in Bible prophecy from this comprehensive chart book. Designed to appeal to nonspecialist readers, this title presents charts on Hermeneutical or Interpretative Methodology in Prophecy, Systems of Eschatology, First and Second Comings of Christ, the Nation of Israel, the Tribulation, the Olivet Discourse and Prophecy, The Books of Daniel and Revelation in Prophecy, and the Millennium.
This chart book provides the non-specialist with an outline of the major issues and themes in Bible prophecy.
An outline of the major issues and themes in Bible prophecy--presented in the form of 120 charts This chart book is designed to be read and understood by any student of the Bible, but its detail and comprehensiveness serves the specialist as well. Unlike books on prophecy that deal with the subject from a particular perspective, this book is evenhanded, presenting different views side by side for reader comparison.