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Prophecy Without Panic: A Brief Introduction to Partial Preterism

Duncan Shennea

Published August 26th 2015
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145 pages
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 About the Book 

What are the prophecies of the New Testament actually saying? Is the popular version of “Rapture-oriented” teaching correct? This book, Prophecy Without Panic, seeks to answer these questions by providing a brief introduction to the “PartialMoreWhat are the prophecies of the New Testament actually saying? Is the popular version of “Rapture-oriented” teaching correct? This book, Prophecy Without Panic, seeks to answer these questions by providing a brief introduction to the “Partial Preterist” interpretation of biblical prophecy. Consecutive chapters cover the teachings of Jesus in the Gospels and the teachings of Paul the Apostle in his letters before providing a chapter-by-chapter analysis of the Book of Revelation. In the final chapter, “Does My View of Biblical Prophecy Really Matter All That Much?” the author addresses the relevance of these matters for us today.Are you truly fed up with the relentless barrage of end-times speculation? Are you tired of the constant diet of fear, apprehension, and warnings dished out by those supposedly “in the know”? Are you deeply disappointed, not only at the continuous parade of “Rapture”-oriented predictions, but also at the seemingly limitless gullibility of otherwise devout and intelligent Christians who continue to swallow these predictions and support the ministers who make them? If so, this book is for you.On the other hand, if you understand and are satisfied with “prophecy teaching” as you have heard it, if you are sure you have it figured out, if you even have a chart in the back of your Bible diagramming the coming end-time events—this book is especially for you. You just might need to change your mind, or at least re-consider what you believe.