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Overview of my book


Written from my Christian, dispensational, premillennial viewpoint, this study of Bible prophecy (eschatology) and history:

(1) focuses on the continuing existence of the Roman Empire, the fourth kingdom in chapters 2 and 7 of the book of Daniel, which is both a separate gentile kingdom as well as a beastly amalgamation of the three preceding kingdoms of Greece, Medo-Persia, and Babylon;

(2) respectfully questions the traditional, century-old interpretation in Christian eschatological literature that the Roman Empire ceased to exist in AD 476 in the West at Rome, and shows how the popular prediction of a coming “revived” Roman Empire is obscuring a clear understanding of the presently existing, culturally amalgamated, fragmented, ubiquitous, global, fourth kingdom; and

(3) exhorts the church to love not the temporal kingdoms of this world but, instead, to zealously embrace her gospel-inspired, Holy Spirit–empowered, love-driven, apolitical, evangelical mission to share the gospel with all nations while expecting the possibly imminent pretribulation rapture.

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