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Perilous Times: A Study in Eschatological Evil (Kindle format)

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165 pp

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Perilous Times can serve as an effective introduction to preterism, by dealing with five key passages involved in the debate. It defends a redemptive-historical preterist view of these famous prophecies, showing, among other things, that Nero is the Man of Sin and the Beast; the Great Tribulation occurred in A.D. 70; the Harlot is first century Jerusalem.

It provides careful exegetical studies of key judgment passages that are so crucial for understanding biblical prophecy and rebutting dispensationalists: Dan 9:24-27; Matt 24:1-34; 2 Thess 2:1-9; Rev 13; and Rev 17.

This makes an excellent book for both personal study, as well as group Bible study!

"Gentry demolishes dispensational exegesis of Daniel 9 and Matthew 24. If the demolition is as complete as it seems to me, it could be fatal to the whole dispensational system." (R. C. Sproul in Foreword).


Foreword by R. C. Sproul
1. Desolations Are Determined: Daniel 9:24-27
2. Wars and Rumors of Wars: Matthew 24:1-20
3. There Will Be Great Tribulation: Matthew 24:21-36
4. The Man of Lawlessness: 2 Thessalonians 2:1-8
5. A Scarlet Beast Full of Blasphemy: Revelation 13:1-18
6. Babylon the Great, Mother of Harlots: Revelation 17:1-10
About the Author
Scripture Index
Subject Index

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  1. An Eschatology of Victory 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Jun 2020

    First, this book came very fast as they always do when you order from Gentry's website. Second, I really appreciate this book because of its exegesis and breakdown of Matthew 24:1-35 (70 A.D judgment against the Jews & Jerusalem), and Matthew 24:36-25:46 which covers the second coming of Jesus Christ. One highlight of these two sections is the fact that 4 times in reference to the 70 A.D. destruction of Jerusalem Jesus uses the plural past tense"those days," but when He gets to verse 36 things change to the singular future tense "that day." I highly recommend this book!

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