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Publisher Description

Dr. Chuck Missler's Prophecy 20/20 is a comprehensive, easily digested book that will give you a basic understanding of how past events fulfilled biblical prophecy. It provides a strategic grasp of prophecy that equips you to clearly see the "prophetic moment" of current events. Chuck Missler, founder of Koinonia House, analyzes trends on the geopolitical and technological horizons as well as their implications for the coming years.

Religion & Spirituality
August 27
Thomas Nelson

Customer Reviews

Quinlan, P. ,

Best book I've read in a long time

This book will motivate you to dive deeper into Scripture and investigate God's truth in detail. I highly recommend this to any serious follower of Jesus Christ. It's difficult to put this book down because it flows so nicely chapter-to-chapter. I truly appreciate the faithful work that was put into this book.

Brady Dub ,

Great Eschatological Foundation

While not an exhausting study of all prophecy in the Bible, this book focuses in several sections on various factors concerning the nature of Biblical prophecy. One outlines some that were fulfilled in the past, including Isaiah naming the Persian king Cyrus as the one who would take Babylon, as well as his method of so doing. Another section dives into the most pressing prophecies facing us today, namely End Times and delivers a most interesting, readable, and enjoyable discussion of eschatology. There is also an entire section devoted to teaching the reader how to read the headlines of with an eye toward their place in prophecy!

This book is a great value. Prophecy is an excellent way to prove the eternal nature of the Bible, an understanding which lays the foundation for a person to open their eyes to Christ. In addition to that, Chuck Missler's efforts at teaching us how to read and apply the teachings of prophecy counts to keep our spiritual eyes sharp in this age of lawlessness and degeneracy.

If you've happened upon any of Missler's videos on YouTube, and enjoyed them, then this book is a must-have for your library.

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