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The Time Is at Hand

4.24 of 5 stars 4.24  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Paperback, 138 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Timeless Texts
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Lee Harmon
This book is sort of a “recent classic,” first copyrighted in 1966 and reprinted four times since then. It’s a discussion of Bible chronology, leaning heavily upon a historical analysis of the book of Revelation.

Adams is a “realized millennialist,” meaning he believes the 1000-year millennium spoken of in Revelation (an “age” not necessarily meaning precisely 1000 years) has already arrived. It began in early New Testament times, and continues till the present. This is the period in which Satan
Jonathan Hatt
A very compact but detailed explanation of Amillenialism from a partial preterist perspective. Having held this view already, I very much enjoyed a thorough presentation of Amillenialism. The only complaint I had while reading was Jay Adams lack of dealing with Postmillenialism; however, in appendix C, he gives a perfectly valid reason for only dealing with Premillenialism.
Tim Miller
Jay Adams is one of my favorite authors. He is devoted to the concept of Scriture Alone and displays this well in his book The Time Is at Hand. The book covers the concept of End Times relating to the Bible and the book of Revelation. He does a superb job at showing the Amillennialists Partial Preterists position. This book was the final draw in convincing me and I would recommend it to any other Christian unsure or questioning their thoughts on Biblical Eschatology. Nothing but the Word Of God ...more
Mercedes Cordero
This could have easily been a 4 star book had it not have a kind of shaky interpretation of the last of the 70 weeks of Daniel. I don't know, it just wasn't convincing enough for me, not that I think that we are living in a parenthesis of those weeks or anything like that. I'm a reformed Christian who thinks that there must be a better interpretation or explanation for that passage of Scripture. The rest of the book was great, very well written, explained and presented.
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