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The Sign (Third Revised Edition)

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Based on the conviction that biblical prophecy will be literally fulfilled, The Sign powerfully presents the Bible's teachings concerning the Antichrist's identification and how he will control the
Paperback, 536 pages
Published October 20th 2000 by Crossway (first published 1992)
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N.A. Forbush
The author's work is well thought out and extremely organized. His overview of the Scriptures relating to end time events is as exhaustive as possible and very understandable and persuasive. Anyone with an interest in end times prophecy could benefit from this work. Many years of his life have gone into the study and I've yet to find another work that covers the topic better.
This book completely changed my view of Revelation. As an Assembly of God member we were always taught that we would be whisked off to bliss while the world suffered, but The Sign uses much better analysisi of the scriptures and proves, using scripture, that the Pre-Tribulation" rapture theory is simply not in line with what the bible teaches.
The Author's perspective and research on this subject appears to be well defined and quite educational; and this book is based on biblical truths and spiritual revelation that is inspired by the Lord to prepare His people for End Time Events which is happening right now.
Shaun Mcdonnell
Forever altered my view on the book of Revelation. If Christ's first coming was fulfilled as scripture defined why would his second coming be any different? Allegorizing of Revelation no longer makes sense to me.
Paul Curcione
I've read a hundred books on this topic (hobby) and none are better than this one. The research and details impressed me so much, it caused me to change my way of thinking. Being a lawyer, that wasn't easy to do either.
John Richards
poorly written and repetitive
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