From Daniel to Doomsday: The Countdown Has Begun by John HageeJohn Hagee says, The world as we know it will end, neither with a bang nor a whimper, but in stages clearly set forth in Gods Word. His latest and most provocative book takes a cue from a cultural icon, the ticking clock. Hagee presents a prophetic Doomsday Clock and counts down the minutes-through prophetic events-which must occur before that fateful moment when every unredeemed individual must face God on Judgment Day. Citing examples from national and international media and using Scripture to confirm his insights, he presents a compelling argument to prove that time is indeed running out.
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All graphics and images are copyright of A True Church. John C. Hagee is the founder and Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas , a non-denominational evangelical church with more than 17, active members. Hagee is the President and C. As of May there could be found on Mr. Hagee's web site www. Nothing could be more foundational than one's view of creation.
The rapture is an eschatological concept of certain Christians, particularly within branches of American evangelicalism , consisting of an end time event when all Christian believers who are alive, along with the resurrected dead believers, will rise "in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air". This theory grew out of the translations of the Bible that John Nelson Darby edited to fit his doctrines in It was promulgated by the cult followers of Darbyism , a doctrine that has been deemed heretical by most mainstream Christians. Though it has been used differently in the past, the term is now often used by certain believers to distinguish this particular event from the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to Earth, mentioned in Second Thessalonians , Gospel of Matthew , First Corinthians , and Revelation , often viewing it as preceding the Second Coming and followed by a 1, year millennial kingdom. The term "rapture" is especially useful in discussing or disputing the exact timing or the scope of the event, particularly when asserting the "pre-tribulation" view that the rapture will occur before, not during, the Second Coming, with or without an extended Tribulation period.