Prophecy Unveiled

Xulon Press, 2007 - 476 páginas
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Dr. Buckley skillfully explores many of the "hidden" but powerful prophecies in the Bible. For example, he points to a prophecy in Isaiah 18 that states that a third temple will be built in Jerusalem. Referring to the story in the Book of Esther he points to a prophecy about hanging the ten sons of Haman after they had already been killed. He believes that the execution of ten top Nazis following the Nuremberg trials fulfilled that prophecy. On another subject, did you know that Satan, before his alienation from God, had a home on the planet Rahab, which was the fifth planet from the Sun in our solar system? As a result of the "war in heaven" God destroyed this planet and its remains form the asteroid belt that circles that region of the heavens. The destruction of Rahad is recorded in the Bible. His very clear Biblical exposition defangs some cherished doctrinal issues such as dispensationalism, dual covenant, restoration of Israel to its homeland, and the rapture. This book offers a fresh perspective on the Bible. John W. Buckley attended the University of Washington where he received an MBA (1962) and Ph.D. (1964). He then served as a professor at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) for thirty-five years. During those years, he authored fourteen books and monographs. His father, Edward Alexander Buckley, was a deeply spiritual man who instilled in John an abiding belief in the Bible as being the inspired Word of God. So John studied the Bible and other religious writings in depth and began to formulate the views expressed in this book. With the encouragement of relatives and friends, he has now put his thoughts in writing.

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