Are We Living in the Last Days? : The Apocalypse Debate in the 21st Century
Surveys Protestant viewpoints regarding Bible prophecy on the most popular topics. Topics include: Apocalypse, Armageddon, Antichrist, Millennium, The Rapture, and the Third Temple. Three Protestant viewpoints are studied: Mainline denomination Liberalism, Covenantal Theology and Dispensational Theology. Emphasis is placed on proper biblical interpretation and the place of Israel in predictive prophecy.
- Paperback | 342 pages
- 152 x 229 x 18mm | 458g
- 12 Sep 2009
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- North Charleston SC, United States
About S Douglas Woodward
S. Douglas Woodward ("Doug") is a management consultant working with dozens of start-up and emerging companies in the Pacific Northwest. Over the past twelve years, Doug has served as CEO, COO, and CFO of numerous software and Internet companies. Prior to his tenure in entrepreneurial efforts, he worked as an executive for Honeywell, Oracle, Microsoft, and as a Partner at Ernst & Young LLP. Doug attended the University of Oklahoma where he received an Honors Degree in Letters (Bachelor of Arts), graduating Cum Laude. His studies focused principally on religious philosophy and theology as well as European history and Latin. In particular, Doug studied under Dr. Tom W. Boyd, a re-nowned professor, teacher, and speaker there. Doug actively participated in Young Life and Campus Crusade for Christ throughout his college experience. Upon graduation, Doug served as a Youth Minister and Associate Pastor in the Methodist and Reformed Churches for three years before experimenting with the computer industry as another possible career choice. He grew to love it and has spent thirty-four years in various capacities there. He has written various articles and spoken at many conferences and seminars throughout his career on the topics of Advanced Office Systems, database technology, and more recently, on financing and growing start-ups. Through the years, Doug has served in various capacities in Methodist, Presbyterian, and Reformed Churches. Most recently, Doug served as Elder in the Presbyterian Church.