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Israel, Iran, Egypt...WHAT IS GOD'S PLAN?
Has the Bible actually predicted some of these events? How do we know we can trust the Bible?
Whether you are new to the subject of Bible prophecy or an expert, this helpful information will take you, step-by-step, through the process of discerning the times!
It is offered by Prophecy Central, the Internet's trusted "World of Information about Bible Prophecy." The site has been the standard of biblical encouragement and relevant news since 1996.
The book begins by showing how fulfilled prophecy is the most convincing proof that the Bible really is inspired by God. The first chapter lists the major prophetic events that are yet to be fulfilled. It then gives a revealing look at the tumultuous state of the world. You will see that many of the major current events show that we are actually living in the End Times.
It explains the amazing changes that have taken place in our world since the rebirth of Israel, and the resurgence of Islamic terrorism.
You will understand why wars, economic problems and other pressures are pushing us toward the acceptance of global governance and a one-world religion.
Connecting the Dots is a true reference manual for eschatology (the study of "last things"). Its extensive Table of Contents is designed to help you find the topics that relate to your current studies. The book is thoroughly documented, and includes a bibliography and an index.
The book is equally helpful to those who just want to enhance their own understanding of the Bible and want to make sense of what is going on in the world. You will gain valuable insight about Israel, and why God chose them in order to be a blessing to all the people of the Earth. You will learn the difference between Israel and the Church, and how this present age revolves around God's plan for the Church in such a way that Israel still has a glorious future too.
You will also learn what the Bible teaches about the Rapture, which is the catching-away of the Church when Jesus returns for them. You will see why the Rapture could take place at any moment now. But you will also see why it is most important not to set dates for His return, and how to avoid making other mistakes that prophecy students have made in the past.
Major Old Testament prophecies are explained and linked to Jesus' own teaching about future things and with the fascinating Book of Revelation. Connecting the Dots explains the historical progress of the Church Age and how these events are fulfillments of the messages to the seven churches in Revelation chapters two and three. You will see the difference between two types of Christians in these end times: the evangelistic/ missionary-minded Church of Philadelphia, versus the cold/ dead Church of Laodicea.
You will see what Jesus meant when He called this present time "the beginning of birth pains." And you will learn the Biblical difference between "the Tribulation" and "the Great Tribulation." You will see how feasible it is already for an "antichrist" to become head of a world government and impose an economic dictatorship that the Bible calls the "mark of the beast."
Connecting the Dots will refer you to Internet sources that will keep you up to date on the progress of prophecies that are being fulfilled before our eyes.
Meet the Authors:
Ron Graff has been a pastor and an avid student of prophecy and world affairs for more than for 50 years. He is founder and publisher of "Prophecy Central," a top-rated Internet site that has been a primary resource for prophecy students and teachers since 1997. He is a graduate of Biola University and Talbot School of Theology, and was a pioneer in the personal computer revolution.
Lambert Dolphin is a graduate of San Diego State University and Stanford University. He retired early after 30 years in research physics at a large west coast think tank and went on to pursue Bible teaching, research and writing. For more than 35 years he has maintained an active interest in the Middle East and Israel, and has travelled in that region often. He edits the popular Internet site: "Lambert Dolphin's Library."
Because of their strong common interest in biblical eschatology, similar evangelical beliefs, and mutual
commitment to sound biblical interpretation, they joined forces to write this book.