AD70 and the End of the World: Finding Good News in Christ's Prophecies and Parables of Judgment by Paul D. EllisAD70 and the End of the World: Finding Good News in Christ's Prophecies and Parables of Judgment by Paul D. Ellis

AD70 and the End of the World: Finding Good News in Christ's Prophecies and Parables of Judgment

byPaul D. Ellis

Paperback | July 24, 2017

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Is the world going to hell in a handbasket? Is ours the generation that will be left behind? Are global events harbingers of the great tribulation? Such questions promote a fear and anxiety that is contrary to the hope-filled gospel of Jesus Christ.

In AD70 and the End of the World, award-winning author Paul Ellis offers an alternative, gospel-based perspective of the last days. Based on an in-depth study of scripture and the forgotten lessons of history, he reveals the astonishing good news hidden within Christ’s parables and prophecies of judgment.

This book is the antidote to pessimistic prophecy. It answers questions about Judgment Day, the rapture, and the end of the age. It reinterprets dark tales of vengeance and wrath through the bright light of grace.

If you are weary of gloomy forecasts or are anxious about the apocalypse, AD70 and the End of the World will give you a confident and joyful expectation of a bright tomorrow.
 

Dr. Paul Ellis is the multi-award-winning author of books such as Stuff Jesus Never Said and The Hyper-Grace Gospel. A former Bible smuggler, Paul pastored a multicultural church in Hong Kong for ten years. Paul writes regularly about the good news of God's amazing grace at escapetoreality.org. He lives in New Zealand with his wife Cam...
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Title:AD70 and the End of the World: Finding Good News in Christ's Prophecies and Parables of JudgmentFormat:PaperbackDimensions:244 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.51 inPublished:July 24, 2017Publisher:KingsPressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1927230411

ISBN - 13:9781927230411

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Part A: The last prophecy
1.    Not one stone
2.    Birth pangs
3.    Trials and troubles 
4.    Lawlessness and cold love
5.    Endure to the end
6.    The gospel worldwide
7.    The abomination of desolation 
8.    Time to run
9.    Great tribulation
10.    Shortened days
11.    Counterfeit Christs
12.    The eagles are coming
13.    Sun and moon
14.    The Son of Man in heaven
15.    Angels and trumpets
16.    Signs of the seasons
17.    Heaven and earth
18.    The day and the hour 
19.    Keep watch
20.    The faithful servant 
Part B: The end of the world
21.    The blood of righteous Abel
22.    When are the days of vengeance?
23.    Whose wrath has come?
24.    Good news in the parables of judgment
25.    Payback and relief
26.    Human versus divine vengeance
27.    Why did Jerusalem fall?
28.    What did the high priest see?
29.    When did the old covenant end?
30.    When is the great tribulation?
31.    The five comings of Jesus
32.    When is the Second Coming?
33.    Angels, clouds, and the coming of the King
34.    When are the last days?
35.    When is the end of the age?
36.    What about the rapture?
37.    Jerusalem and Judgment Day
38.    What happens when Christ returns?
39.    A better story
40.    Summary of the main points
Last drinks 
Appendix 1: Timeline of key events prior to the fall of Jerusalem
Appendix 2: Ten theologians supporting divine vengeance
Scripture index

Editorial Reviews

Paul Ellis has written another book for the ages. This book is gripping in its scholarship and refreshing in its hopeful conclusions. Paul is a voice of confidence and clarity for a generation coming out of the shadows of an angry God mentality. - KEN SPICER, Lead Pastor, New Creation Church, Beaumont, CAI read this book and all confusing end time theology disappeared! - JUN YU, Senior pastor Jesus Faith Christian Fellowship, the PhilippinesMatthew 24 finally makes sense! Paul has done a masterful job of interpreting a difficult passage of Scripture through the lens of grace. - CLARK WHITTEN, Pastor, Grace Church, Orlando, FL, and author of Pure GraceA great book. Very insightful look at church history and that time period. A must-read for every teaching pastor. - CHRIS BLUE, Pastor, Faith City Church, Palm Harbor, FLI can’t say I’m surprised after reading AD70, but I will say I’m impressed. - OSCAR RIOS, Founder, It’s Grace Ministries, Fremont, OHPaul Ellis’ latest book is a breath of fresh air, bringing insight into often-neglected historical fact mixed with clear exegesis of scripture, presented in a unique and entertaining way. Paul Ellis has done much to dispel the fear of end times. A very helpful and recommended read. - TONY IDE, Senior Pastor, Freedom Life, Perth, AustraliaResponsible, fair, and fun, I recommend this book for anyone looking to expand their understanding of grace in light of the past fall of Jerusalem and the future return of Christ. - LUCAS MILES, Author of Good God: The One We Want To Believe In But Are Afraid To Embrace