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Wars and Rumors of Wars: What Jesus Really Said About the End of the Age, Earthquakes, A Great Tribulation, Signs in the Heaves, and His Second Coming A first-century interpretation of the Olivet Discourse was once common in commentaries and narrative-style books that describe the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70. There is also a history of skeptics who turn to Bible prophecy Wars and Rumors of Wars: What Jesus Really Said About the End of the Age, Earthquakes, A Great Tribulation, Signs in the Heaves, and His Second Coming A first-century interpretation of the Olivet Discourse was once common in commentaries and narrative-style books that describe the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70. There is also a history of skeptics who turn to Bible prophecy and claim Jesus was wrong about the timing of His coming at “the end of the age” and the signs associated with it. A mountain of scholarship shows that the prophecy given by Jesus was fulfilled in exacting detail when He said it would: before the generation of those to whom He was speaking passed away. Skeptics read the Olivet Discourse in the right way, but come to the wrong conclusion. Christian futurists read it the wrong way and come to a different wrong conclusion. Jesus predicted that He would return within the time period of that generation alone. Unfortunately, too many Christians are giving the wrong answer when skeptics claim Jesus was mistaken. Everything Jesus said would happen before that generation passed away did happen. About the Author: Gary DeMar is a graduate of Western Michigan University (1973) and Reformed Theological Seminary (1979) and the author of more than 30 books on a variety of topics, from God and Government and Thinking Straight in a Crooked World to Memory Mechanics and America’s Christian History. His works on Bible prophecy are extensive: The Early Church and the End of the World, Last Days Madness, The Gog and Magog End-Time Alliance, Prophecy Wars, Left Behind: Separating Fact from Fiction, Identifying the Real Last Days Scoffers, and others.


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Wars and Rumors of Wars: What Jesus Really Said About the End of the Age, Earthquakes, A Great Tribulation, Signs in the Heaves, and His Second Coming A first-century interpretation of the Olivet Discourse was once common in commentaries and narrative-style books that describe the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70. There is also a history of skeptics who turn to Bible prophecy Wars and Rumors of Wars: What Jesus Really Said About the End of the Age, Earthquakes, A Great Tribulation, Signs in the Heaves, and His Second Coming A first-century interpretation of the Olivet Discourse was once common in commentaries and narrative-style books that describe the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70. There is also a history of skeptics who turn to Bible prophecy and claim Jesus was wrong about the timing of His coming at “the end of the age” and the signs associated with it. A mountain of scholarship shows that the prophecy given by Jesus was fulfilled in exacting detail when He said it would: before the generation of those to whom He was speaking passed away. Skeptics read the Olivet Discourse in the right way, but come to the wrong conclusion. Christian futurists read it the wrong way and come to a different wrong conclusion. Jesus predicted that He would return within the time period of that generation alone. Unfortunately, too many Christians are giving the wrong answer when skeptics claim Jesus was mistaken. Everything Jesus said would happen before that generation passed away did happen. About the Author: Gary DeMar is a graduate of Western Michigan University (1973) and Reformed Theological Seminary (1979) and the author of more than 30 books on a variety of topics, from God and Government and Thinking Straight in a Crooked World to Memory Mechanics and America’s Christian History. His works on Bible prophecy are extensive: The Early Church and the End of the World, Last Days Madness, The Gog and Magog End-Time Alliance, Prophecy Wars, Left Behind: Separating Fact from Fiction, Identifying the Real Last Days Scoffers, and others.

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    DeMar methodically, and utterly convincingly shows that Jesus' Olivet Discourse in Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21 was a prophecy for the generation that heard him give it. He argues, unlike many other scholars, that the entirety of the discourse was given to that generation, and then fulfilled before that generation passed away. This is in contrast to contemporary scholars that have moved away from this interpretation, which had always been the teaching of the church. Contemporary scholars, inf DeMar methodically, and utterly convincingly shows that Jesus' Olivet Discourse in Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21 was a prophecy for the generation that heard him give it. He argues, unlike many other scholars, that the entirety of the discourse was given to that generation, and then fulfilled before that generation passed away. This is in contrast to contemporary scholars that have moved away from this interpretation, which had always been the teaching of the church. Contemporary scholars, influenced by dispensationalism, argue that much of what Jesus prophesied has yet to occur. But as DeMar shows, it is impossible to get this out of the text, for the entire text is very clearly spoken to "you" and "this generation." There is no ambiguity, nor any room for pushing out some of the prophecies by thousands of years. DeMar also writes extensively about translating "genea" as "generation" rather than "race" as some try to do. After reading many books and studying eschatology for many years now, I have concluded, as others have, that we must first properly understand the gospels--especially the Olivet Discourse before attempting to understand Revelation and discussing "the millennium." Instead, most read their own views of the millennium back upon the gospels and never truly understand what the Bible teaches concerning eschatology. This is a great single volume on the Olivet Discourse and will be of great service in beginning to understand eschatology.

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