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Robert Geiss Collection (2 vols.)
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Robert Geiss Collection (2 vols.)

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Robert Geiss, Tate Publishing & Enterprises 2010–2015

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How many eschatological positions can you identify, which one do you hold, and can you defend it convincingly? These two volumes from Berean author Robert Geiss address how biblical prophecies may have been fulfilled already and discuss prophecies that are yet to be fulfilled. Geiss fleshes out six major eschatological positions, presenting the most compelling evidence for each one. These works will help you make informed judgments about the various eschatological camps.

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Key Features

  • Explores how some biblical prophecy may have already been fulfilled
  • Examines six major eschatological positions
  • Presents a proposed harmony of major end-times events

Product Details

  • Title: Robert Geiss Collection
  • Author: Robert Geiss
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 383
  • Resource Type: Topical
  • Topic: Eschatology

Eschatology 101 . . . For Bereans

  • Author: Robert Geiss
  • Publisher: Robert Geiss
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Pages: 23

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Robert Geiss explains the basics of Eschatology from a Berean perspective, with an emphasis on interpreting Scripture. He addresses topics like the Rapture, the Tribulation, the Day of the Lord, and Daniel’s 70 weeks. Geiss concludes by proposing a possible harmonized timeline of the apocalypse.

Nearing Midnight: Exploring End-Time Prophecy

  • Author: Robert Geiss
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 360

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Many Christians believe today’s current events indicate that we are living in what the Bible calls the “latter days,” but just what does the Bible say about it? What signss should we look for? What should we expect as we see these days approaching?

Robert Geiss explores six major eschatological positions from the Berean perspective, examining how all of them interpret the reference points given to us in Scripture. Then, as if putting a jigsaw puzzle together, Geiss attempts to harmonize all the major end-time prophecy in a clear picture of what Scripture says should be expected.

About Robert Geiss

Robert Geiss is a retired businessman and occasional preacher who grew up in church. He has taught adult classes and Bible studies as a layman, and has served on the regional boards of two Christian organizations and has spoken across much of California.