Surely you have pondered the future long into the dreary night? No doubt you’ve wondered how we learned our ethics (or lack of them) and what the future bodes for us buffeted mortals? Are there any more prophets running around loose in or shopping malls or churches? Maybe your neighbor mentioned an eschaton and you’re going crazy to know what it means?
No? Nevertheless, it’s a safe assumption that such matters are alive somewhere in you simply because of your humanity. We want to know things and we intuit that all is not yet done in our universe. But how can we learn and sort it all out?
Fear not. Prophecy A-Z has come along (in both first and second editions) to help. As the title implies – it’s complete (until the next new word pops up), a dictionary (of prophecy only), and an eschatological data base (look it up). Here is the basic knowledge you need.
• A letter-by-letter alphabetic listing of prophetic terms – from Aaron to Zwingli
• Sixty essays covering the most complex or fascinating end times concepts
• Healthy doses of historical and theological apocalyptic shop talk
Take it home and use it. Then, you may want to rush off and try on your God helmet (it’s in there between Gochihr and godless myths), or annotate your adiaphora list, or check in on conditions in the zero state .