This is a manual for Evangelical Christians who anticipate the “second coming” of Jesus Christ and understand that they may be called upon to endure some of the hardships of the End Times. It takes the genre of survival literature up a notch by addressing the moral, ethical and doctrinal questions that Christians should consider in planning for existential challenges in an uncertain future.
The author doesn’t “reinvent the wheel” on common survival issues, but covers items of interest to Believers who want to develop a survival strategy that deals with the world as they find it, yet is consistent with their faith. Among these are: Does charity really “begin at home?” Is it righteous to use lethal force in defense of yourself and others? Does subscribing to the Pre-Tribulation Rapture mean that Believers need not be concerned about coping with the End Times?
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I do not care for this book at all...I believe it is intended to scare and cause unnecessary anxiety to it's readers. There are enough things to cause people duress in everyday life without adding to it! If we did not have a government to keep the peace and to guarantee that justice reigns, we would all be in a heap of trouble!
It's like the old saying goes "misery loves company" and I believe the author of this book is as miserable as they come!