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2012 In Bible Prophecy [Paperback]

By Wayne Redden (Author)
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Pages   432
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.96"
Weight:   1.39 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Aug 1, 2006
Publisher   PLEASANT WORD #888
ISBN  1414101368  
EAN  9781414101361  

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Climbing the mountain of prophetic understanding can be very rewarding. There are crevasses and vertically sheer walls to maneuver over and above. This writing provides the means for pure exhilaration!

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Filled With New Insights  Oct 30, 2006
2012 in Bible Prophecy is an interesting new take on a subject that has been done to death. So many Bible Prophecy books are nothing more than a rehash of the same material that has been written and re-written over and over again. Finally here is a book that offers some new, and at times controversial ideas. This book may not be for everyone. Overly Opinionated readers who have already formed their idea of what the end times hold in store, and only want to read books that agree with their way of thinking will probably not be interested in this book. However, someone with an open mind will find fresh insights, and a new perspective.

The author is obviously not a scholar as you can see from the notes on the back cover, but then again, neither were any of Jesus' disciples, nor was Jesus himself. The book has a refreshing sense of innocence and honesty that takes the reader by surprise, and is frankly difficult to argue with.

For a new look at a 2000 year old topic I would recommend this book. Besides, anyone who graduated from the University of Nebraska is alright in my book. Go Big Red!
Disappointing  Oct 10, 2006
The book is rampant with speculation without much backing or explanation. It also omits important facts contradicting his opinion and seems to manipulate numbers sometimes at will. It is poorly organized and probably the most boring end-times book ever made. It turns out that the author, according to the back (in which he has a very unflattering picture), is a retired agricultural worker with a bachelor's degree in agriculture education (a long way off from eschatology). He did well for a retired agricultural worker if that says anything (there were no reviews on this site when I got it). I would say I disagree with him 60% of the time, agree with him 25% of the time, and have no opinion either way 15% of the time. I disagree with him on the USA being future Tyre of the Bible in which he claims that the 70 years from 1877 to 1947 was a time when America "minded its own business". The idea that holds the US "was forced" into the Spanish-American is a clear manipulation of the facts. The author is determined to force the US into Bible prophecy by whatever means possible and concludes that Babylon the Great, the Mother of Harlots is America. He fails to mention, though, the city on seven hills, which is clearly Rome indicating it is the Roman Catholic Church. He spends a lot of the time forcing the US into prophecy and thus ends up getting huge parts of his book wrong. I also disagree with him on whom the kings of the North and South are and who the Restrainer is. I do however agree and somewhat agree with him on many non-harlot involved matters. I agree with him on the lie of evolution for example, which he somehow manages to cover like the rest of the scientific matters in the book from his non-scientific background. I agree with him on the millennial kingdom being related to the one day is a thousand years verse in 2 Peter 3:8, but I feel he conveniently manipulated the year of death for a Pharaoh to fit the year 2012 as the beginning of the millennial kingdom. That aside, it gives us an approximation of the end of the world if the connection is there. Finally, I am convinced of 2012 being the year that an asteroid and/or comet will hit the Earth, which I was surprised to find out was only a small part of the book instead of its premise. The author failed to mention, though, some of the reason why I believe we are due for a collision in 2012 such as the fact the Bible Code and Nostradamus seem to predict it. I do not even remember the Bible Code being mentioned. Not to mention the fact that the seeds of the Great Deception are being planted in non-Christian circles based on the Mayan prophecies. Cosmic Humanists are claiming that 2012 is not as much an end as a "global shift in consciousness". Many of them expect the return of the serpent god Quetzalcoatl, which we can figure is the devil, and expect to be lead by aliens, which are actually demons, into a world of globalization. Combined with the information in the book, it leads one to conclude this not to be just a coincidence.


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