Why the End is Not Near
The sky is not falling, though popular opinion seems to always suggest otherwise. While it appears as if everyone from evangelical preachers to radical environmentalists expects the end of the world to come very soon in a quite dreadful and dramatic fashion, the Scriptures give us a view of the future that is altogether hopeful and optimistic.
In this book, a former Baptist minister and premillenial dispensationalist explores the origins of these modern doctrines of pessimism, and points the reader to find in the Bible a much happier outlook regarding the success of the gospel and the growth of Christ's kingdom.
This "Answers in an Hour" series is a collection of short, easily digestible books written with the inquirer in mind.
Covering a range of introductory topics, these little volumes give you an overview of the things you want to study in just about sixty minutes.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Duane and his wife Sarah have been married since 1997, and have two children. Duane has served in various forms of vocational ministry since 1994. He earned a Bachelor of Bible Languages from Oxford Baptist Institute, Oxford, MS and studied at the Bucer Institute for Biblical Studies, Monroe, LA for four years. He is an ACBC certified Biblical counselor. He has edited, written and contributed to a number of books, including “The Federal Vision”, “The Glory of Kings” and “Why the End is Not Near.” Duane loves baseball, college basketball, motor sports, doppelbocks, bluegrass, science fiction and long languid lunches.