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Bible Prophecy: Failure or Fulfillment?

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As the year 2000 rapidly approaches, many claim we are living in the end times. Are we? Is our world coming to an end as described in the Book of Revelations? No , says author Tim Callahan, in BIBLE PROPHECY, as he subjects the prophecies of the Bible to rigorous questions.
Hardcover, 274 pages
Published April 1st 1997 by Millennium Press (first published January 1st 1997)
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G.M. Lupo
Feb 03, 2015 G.M. Lupo rated it really liked it
This book presents an overview of numerous prophecies and apocalyptic literature from the Old Testament and the book of Revelations, asking the question of whether they represent legitimate predictions of future events, or whether they were self-fulfilled, written after the fact, educated guesses, or have other, non-mystical explanations. It was written in the 90s, in response to a number of "end times" books by Hal Lindsey and others, and as such, it references works I haven't read. I'm familia ...more
Dec 29, 2011 Nathan rated it liked it
Anyone (like me) who grew up in the christian version of American culture (or any culture for that matter)has heard copious claims about the veracity of the bible and bible prophecy. Every incarnation of christianity has its own take on how much of the bible is "true." Callahan deftly takes on those fundamentalists who state adamantly that every word sprang from the lips of god himself and quite convincingly argues otherwise. Using a close examination of the bible text compared with the claims o ...more
Ben Smith
Sep 04, 2015 Ben Smith rated it did not like it
Callahan makes some socially and academically important points that are unfortunately hidden within a jumble of poor writing, organization, and editing. I'm very interested in this subject matter and this book could still hardly hold my attention.
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