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"Then Comes the End," a large book of over 250,000 words, and which took almost five years to write, is divided into three parts:


Part One

Here I explain the progression of God's work and His kingdom thoughout history with an emphasis on the spiritual warfare intrinsic to these last days. I also concentrate on the events related to the end, the Antichrist, the great tribulation, the Day of the Lord, the consummation, and ultimate victory for God's people. I elaborate on the nature of the body and the soul, how they relate to each other, and how they are affected by the natural and spiritual environment. There's a chapter on what happens to you when you die and a full discussion of the eternal destiny of the animals. Great encouragement in easy-to-understand language!


Part Two

Here are detailed Scriptural discussions of the reasons why Israel cannot be the recipient of the ancient promises, for God has given them to His Church. I show clearly why the concept of a pretribulational rapture is incorrect. I also provide thirty detailed arguments why a future earthly millennial reign of Christ is unbiblical. Further, I give considerable attention to why these unsound dispensational doctrines are unhealthy for the body of Christ. No dispensational Christian can overcome the solid Biblical reasoning presented here. This is a theological smorgasbord for any serious student of the Scriptures!


Part Three

This is a commentary on selected Biblical passages which focus on the end times. I tried to include many important ones from the Old Testament and most of them from the New Testament. I give special attention to Daniel's prophecy of the seventy weeks (or "sevens"), to the "two witnesses" in Revelation 11, and to the description of "the thousand years" in Revelation 20. Anyone can see from this collection that there is no Biblical evidence for either a pretribulational rapture or a future earthly millennium.