Rose Guide to End-Times Prophecy is an explanation of end-times prophecy and the Book of Revelation from several Christian viewpoints. Bible prophecy says that Jesus will come again, and Christians have wondered for centuries when and how that would take place.
Rose Guide to End-Times Prophecy includes all of the basic end-time prophecy charts Christians need to navigate the Book of Revelation, the Book of Daniel, and other prophetic Bible passages:
This book is packed full of full-color Bible prophecy charts and eschatology charts and is fully reproducible. Just photocopy these Revelation charts for your Bible study, adult Sunday school class, or use as small group curriculum. This book explains each view of the end times, so that you know what you believe and why.
This overview of Bible prophecy is an easy-to-understand book that examines key portions of Scripture and shows different ways that Christians have interpreted them. This handy end-times explanation includes several timelines of the events before the second coming of Jesus Christ. This book includes those end-times prophecies charts, and helps people understand their own beliefs better, no matter which view they hold.
These end-times prophecy charts give a starting pointan introduction to the topic of Bible prophecy and how to understand it.
Christians may not agree on details about the end of the world, but they do agree on some key issues. This section explains where Christians agree and where they interpret biblical passages differently.
Some parts of the Bible, including the Book of Revelation were written in the apocalyptic style. Apocalyptic Literature is defined as Jewish literature presented in the form of vision that figuratively revealed hidden truths for the purpose of assuming God's people of the goodness of God's plans during times of persecution.
The comparisons between the Garden of Eden in Genesis and God's Holy City in Revelation are fascinating. The beauty and splendor of the renewed creation, with God dwelling in the midst, closes the circle from Paradise in the Garden to the Holy City in the new heavens and new earth.
God made many promises to Abraham: to make a great nation from his descendants, to give his descendants the land of Canaan, and to make him a father of many nations. These comparison charts explain 3 ways that Christians see the fulfillment of those promises.
Jesus drew deeply on the Old Testament when he spoke about the end times. His listeners knew the Scriptures, especially the expectations and images associated with the end of the world.
About 600 years before Jesus was born, Daniel was a prophet in Babylonia. He was brought before King Nebuchadnezzar to interpret a dream that involved a statue with a head of fine gold, chest and arms of silver, belly and thighs of bronze, and legs and feet of iron and clay. That dream indicated the kingdoms that would occupy Daniel's homeland of Judah.
Jesus taught a lot about the end times. He called himself Messiah, the Anointed One, and he claimed to bring the Kingdom. He was the rightful prophet, priest, and king. Jesus' words about the end of the world are key to understanding Bible prophecy.
The Apostle John wrote about the end of the world and the events leading up the the Second Coming of Christ. How the Book of Revelation is interpreted depends, in part, on when it was written: during the time of Emperor Nero or Domitian.
Apocalyptic literature, such as is found in the Book of Revelation, is presented in the form of vision that figuratively reveals hidden truths. For this reason, Christian scholars differ in their definitions of the terms in Revelation. These Revelation charts explain the views.