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Are You Ready for the End of Time?: Understanding Future Events from Prophetic Passages of the Bible

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J. C. Ryle, accepted as one of the foremost Bible teachers of the last 200 years, turns his attention to the future. He investigates the nature of Biblical prophecy, signs of the End Times, the Second Coming of Christ and the future state of the Church. He is careful not to push his interpretation of the texts, purposefully avoiding anything that can be called speculative ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published September 21st 2006 by Christian Heritage (first published December 31st 1969)
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David West
Jun 04, 2016 David West rated it really liked it
I don't agree with every position Ryle takes but he is a straight shooter. The title of the book is the main thrust of the author. Ryle wants his readers to be ready for the return of Christ and gives a manly, straightforward p!ea to that end. I like his style.
Matt Pitts
Mar 26, 2013 Matt Pitts rated it really liked it
JC Ryle has a plain yet piercing style that is gripping and engrossing. This brief collection of sermons focuses on the subject of eschatology (end times) but without the sensationalism and modern day prophesying that has given such preaching a bad rap. I read this book primarily to learn more about Ryle's understanding of unfulfilled Old Testament prophecy and the future of Israel, but was most impressed by his forceful yet kind-hearted manner of speaking (and then writing).

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Patrick Lacson
Jun 21, 2013 Patrick Lacson rated it it was amazing
I read this book at least 3 times. The expositions of the prophetic passages are so piercing. Having read this book I would have loved to hear Mr. Ryle preach these passages.
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J. C. Ryle was a prominent writer, preacher, and Anglican clergyman in nineteenth-century Britain. He is the author of the classic Expository Thoughts on the Gospels and retired as the bishop of Liverpool.
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