The End by Mark Hitchcock
This is a big fat book of 504 pages including the index.
I found it a little boring at times but I think that is because the end times are not a current study topic or keen interest of mine at the moment. Otherwise I found it to be easy-to-read and extremely thorough in content.
The author was meticulous with his footnotes and the index included both words and verses which will make this book much easier to use for study, which is what I recommend you use it for. I doubt very many people will read it straight through like a story book. You could read it that way but it seems better suited for study.
To make it more interesting the author pulled in modern statistics and modern news tidbits and quotes to “spice” it up.
The author seemed liked he was trying his very best to be neutral in his presentation of the various views on this sometimes controversial subject. As far as is humanly possible I think he did a good job at that but readers need to keep in mind that the author does have a particular opinion, even if it is veiled in openness. How can anyone really unbiasedly represent a different viewpoint? Although it may appear to be that way here, how can it really be? So just keep that in mind as you read it.
This book is best suited to those who love theology in general or the topic of eschatology, either by natural interest or if you find yourself wanting in knowledge in that area and would like to remedy that situation. To that end, this book is excellent. I can’t imagine any question or stone left unturned on that subject in this very long and thorough book.
To purchase your own copy of this book go here: The End: A Complete Overview of Bible Prophecy and the End of Days
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