It Was at Hand

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Xulon Press, 2002 - Religion - 232 pages
"In this provocative new book, Michael Riemer uncovers the contradictions of dispensational "end times" theology."--Back cover.
 

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Although this book is well documented and and addresses some real problems with Dispensationalism, that I have always agreed with, it raises a more serious problem than even the arrogance of the Pre ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
11
Belief Can Produce Amazing Results
17
Salvation Belief
23
CHAPTER 2
33
Has Christs Coming Been Delayed?
41
Covenantal Approach To The Bible
48
A NEW VIEW THAT SEES
51
Defeat Of The Church What Kind Of Hope
57
DANIELS SEVENTY WEEKS
109
The Command To Restore Jerusalem
116
Abomination Of Desolation Roman Armies
122
Rebuilt Temple Animal Sacrifices
128
Missing Beliefs
135
The Origin Of Modern Jewry
145
CHAPTER 8
153
Deceivers Wars Famines Pestilences
161

God Is King and Lord Of This Planet
64
Dispensationalists See The Near Future
70
The Dispensational Hope For The Future
80
What Signs?
89
THE HISTORIC CHURCH BELIEVED
97
Dispensationalism Is A Pessimistic Faith
105
CHAPTER 9
207
Wrath To Come
213
This Generation
221
APPENDIX
229
Copyright

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