Will the World End in 2012?: A Christian Guide to the Question Everyone's Asking
Thomas Nelson Inc, Apr 20, 2010 - 208 pages
In Will the World End in 2012?, Raymond Hundley, PhD, gives a Christian evaluation of the ten most prominent apocalypse theories causing 2012 mania.
In the first millennia after the birth of Christ, nestled in the mountains of Central America, the Mayan people gazed at the stars and calculated days, months, years, and even the future. Their calendar, more sophisticated than any the world had known, indicated an abrupt end of time, December 21, 2012. The future they predicted is now upon us.
"There have been 149 apocalypse predictions between AD 44 and 2009," says author Dr. Raymond Hundley. But will it really happen? In this stirring, balanced, and well-researched book, he evaluates the ten most prominent apocalypse theories and gives a surprising answer to the question everyone is asking.
His knowledge and insights lead to compelling conclusions . . . and a heartfelt call for all of humanity to look upon Jesus Christ as it seeks clarity and peace.
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Bought one for every family in our church!User Review - Julie - Christianbook.com
Not too late to purchase this although it seems outdated. It is a great witnessing tool too. It is a booklet so it is short and to the point. Talks about all different theories to why the world could ... Read full review
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No. It didn't. Read full review
Apocalypse 2012: The Ticking of the End-Time Clock-What Does the Bible Say?
No preview available - 2010
The Mayan Factor
CERN and the Large Hadron Collider
The Predictions of Nostradamus
The Reversal of the Magnetic Poles
Collision with Planet X
Earths Alignment with the Galactic Plane
Eruption of the Super Volcano
Preparation for the End of the world
Epilogue for Christians
Major Works Cited
About the Author
Study Guide for Individuals or Groups
The Web Bot Project
Religious Predictions of the End of the world