Major Bible Prophecies: 37 Crucial Prophecies That Affect You Today

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Harper Collins, Jun 15, 2010 - Religion - 464 pages
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The major prophecies of the Bible, arranged in one volume, like the 52 major doctrines of Scripture that are arranged in Walvoord's long-time hardback seller 'Major Bible Themes.'

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Are Biblical prophecies being fulfilled today? Of course they are! The nation Israel is one of the obvious prophecies being fulfilled today. How? The Prophet Jeremiah about 2625 years ago prophesied ... Read full review

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If you are interested in a safe, sane and Biblical overview of the major prophecies of the Scriptures from a Pre-Mil, Pre-Trib standpoint, this book is for you. Dr. Walvoord was a master teacher of ... Read full review


21The New Program for the Church
22 Signs of the Lords Return
23The Rapture of the Church
24The Judgment Seat of Christ
Rise of the Antichrist
The SevenYear Covenant
Babylon Ecclesiastical
28Russias Last Bid for World Conquest

8The Promised Land
The Future Davidic Kingdom
10The Messianic Kingdom in the Old Testament
11World History in Prophetic Outline
12Babylon in Old Testament Prophecy
13MedoPersia in Old Testament Prophecy
14Greece in Old Testament Prophecy
15Rome in Old Testament Prophecy
16The 490 Years of Israels Prophetic Destiny
17The New Covenant
18The Sermon on the Mount
Mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven
20The Death and Resurrection of Christ
Final World Religions
30The Great Tribulation
The Final Destruction of Babylon
32The Second Coming of Christ
33The First Resurrection
34Judgments at the Second Coming
Restoration of Israel
36The Great White Throne Judgment
37The New Heaven and New Earth
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John F. Walvoord was president of Dallas Theological Seminary and author of numerous books on eschatology and theology. He held the A.M. degree from Texas Christian University in philosophy and the ThD degree from Dallas Theological Seminary in Systematic Theology.

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