A Study in Eschatological Evil
173 pp; paperback
In this book Kenneth Gentry provides careful exegetical studies of five key judgment passages that are so crucial for understanding biblical prophecy and rebutting dispensationalists: Dan 9:24-27; Matt 24:1-34; 2 Thess 2:1-9; Rev 13; and Rev 17.
This book defends a redemptive-historical preterist view of these famous prophecies, showing, among other things, that Daniel’s Seventy Weeks points to Christ’s first-century ministry (not to our future); Nero is both Paul’s Man of Sin and John’s Beast of Revelation; the Great Tribulation occurred in A.D. 70; and the Harlot is first-century Jerusalem.
This makes an excellent book for both personal study, as well as group Bible study!
“Gentry demolishes dispensational exegesis of Daniel 9 and Matthew 24. If the demolition is as complete as it seems to me, it could be fatal to the whole dispensational system.” (R. C. Sproul in Foreword). 165 pp. CMP. Paper.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword by R. C. Sproul
1. Desolations Are Determined: Daniel 9:24-27
2. Wars and Rumors of Wars: Matthew 24:1-20
3. There Will Be Great Tribulation: Matthew 24:21-36
4. The Man of Lawlessness: 2 Thessalonians 2:1-8
5. A Scarlet Beast Full of Blasphemy: Revelation 13:1-18
6. Babylon the Great, Mother of Harlots: Revelation 17:1-10
About the Author