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10 Popular Prophecy Myths Exposed & Answered: The Last Days Might Not Be as near as You Think

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There is a seismic shift taking place in the study of Bible prophecy. For decades, popular prophecy writers have emphatically insisted that our generation is the terminal generation, the last generation before the rapture of the church. First, we were told that 1988 was the end date. Then it was the turn of the 2001 millennial clock. Next it was 2007. The end keeps getting pushed farther in the future.

As a result of many failed predictions, many Christians are beginning to take a second look at a prophetic system that they were told is the only one that takes the literal interpretation of the Bible seriously. Gary DeMar has taken on the task of exposing some of the popular myths foisted upon the public by prophetic speculators:

  • The Myth of the Israel-Church Distinction
  • The Myth that the Modern State of Israel is a Sign that the Rapture is Near
  • The Myth that Only Dispensationalists Have a Future for Israel
  • The Myth of the Postponed Abrahamic Covenant
  • The Myth of Replacement Theology
  • The Myth that Animal Sacrifices and Circumcision Are Everlasting Rites
  • The Myth that the Temple Needs to be Rebuilt
  • The Myth that the Gospel Has Yet to be Preached in the Whole World
  • The Myth that Earthquakes are Signs of the End Times
  • The Myth that Oil in Israel is a Prophetic Sign

Some of the material in 10 Popular Prophecy Myths Exposed & Answered will shock you, but it will make you a better student of the Bible.

Since 10 Popular Prophecy Myths Exposed & Answered is fully integrated with Logos, Scripture passages are linked to your favorite translation for quick reference and to your Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts for original-language study! You can also read this volume along with your Bible dictionaries, encyclopedias, and the wealth of other Bible study tools in your digital library.

  • Analysis of popular misconceptions of biblical prophecy
  • Quotes from early church fathers
  • Title: 10 Popular Prophecy Myths Exposed & Answered: The Last Days Might Not Be as near as You Think
  • Author: Gary DeMar
  • Publisher: American Vision
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 190

Gary DeMar is the president of American Vision, and has authored over 27 titles including Last Days Madness: The Obsession of the Modern Church and Is Jesus Coming Soon?


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  2. Glenn Crouch

    Glenn Crouch


    In my teens, I became fascinated by the books from the Dispensationalists like Hal Lindsey - mainly because the Church I was attending at the time emphasised (as did these books) that this was "the" Christian way of interpreting Scripture. When I discovered that other Christians (who I worked with in Scripture Union) had different views - plus at the same time I saw that various predicted events had not happened, I became very disillusioned with Dispensationalism. Personally I have been more of an Amillenialist for the past 30+ years. The Author of this book, I gather, is a Postmillenialist and the aim of this book is to examine and discredit the claims made by Dispensationalists. The Author is not really engaging with Classic Premillenialists or Amillenialists. Whilst I do understand the passion with which the Author writes, I do think at times he goes a bit too far in his anger towards his opponents. That said, he does present good arguments, with lots of Scripture References - including examination of original language usage. Plus he makes good use of Early Church teachings as well as Church History. So if you are a fan of "Left Behind" or similar materials - then this would be a worthwhile read but try not to take offense at how passionately the Author argues. If you are looking for good scripture-based arguments for why you are not a Dispensationalist then this is a good book for you :)

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    Darren Slade




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