Black Sun, Blood Moon : Can We Escape the Cataclysms of the Last Days?
In Black Sun, Blood Moon, author Doug Woodward provides provocative and fresh insights in many other areas of unfolding prophecy: - The world's fascination with the year 2012 and its link to the apocalypse of the Bible. - Forecasts for natural disasters, solar storms, hurricanes, tsunamis, and cataclysmic earthquakes such as hit Japan in March, 2011. - The possibility that Christians can escape the massive cataclysms determined for the period of time the Bible calls, The Great Tribulation: - Comets that threaten to strike earth with deadly force; - Cauldrons like Yellowstone Park which could explode, sending mountains of volcanic ash into the atmosphere, and - Plagues unleashed through bio-terrorism or genetic tampering. - Date-setting efforts attempting to predict the timing of these events. - What the Bible teaches about the nature of the world's creation and its implications for the new world to come. - How doomsday speaks to humanity's quest for meaning. - The biblical depictions of the world AFTER Armageddon. - The nature of immortality and the Bible's teaching regarding the afterlife. - And much more. To be perfectly clear: Woodward's book isn't a litany of gloomy facts. At the core of almost every topic is a premise of hope, both for today and the future. That's why readers will not only learn a great number of new things on the topics Woodward tackles (the reading light will burn late into the night), they will be encouraged for having done so. Indeed, the structure of the book lends itself to contemplative consideration of the material and even small group discussion. It is a most unusual volume.
- Paperback | 226 pages
- 139.7 x 213.36 x 17.78mm | 249.47g
- 01 Jun 2011
- Defender Publishing
- United States