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Why Left Behind Should Be Left Behind by David Malcolm Bennett

Why Left Behind Should Be Left Behind

by David Malcolm Bennett

Pages: 172

Dimensions: 5 x 8

  • RELIGION - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781594679773

Price : $15.49

The Left Behind books have swept across the Christian world. But is the message they contain about the end of the world true to the teaching of the Bible? Many Christians believe that it is not. Why Left Behind Should Be Left Behind puts Left Behind beliefs under the biblical microscope and discovers that they distort the true Christian message. It also presents an alternative theology of the End Times that is biblical and rational, in a simple but not simplistic style. It will help you understand this important subject.
Comments about the earlier edition:
"It is extremely readable and lucid, making sense of a very difficult subject"
(Carolyn Owen, Editor).
"There is no sensationalism here, just careful exegesis of relevant Bible passages"
(New Life).
"It is an excellent introduction to the whole subject of the end times"
(Evangelical Action).

David Malcolm Bennett was born in England during WWII and moved to Australia in 1973. He has been writing seriously since 1985 and now writes full-time. He has the degrees of B.Th. and M.Th. (with merit) through the Australian College of Theology. David has written a two-volume biography of the founder of The Salvation Army called The General: William Booth, published by Xulon Press, and is the editor of The Letters of William and Catherine Booth, which contains the Booths' personal correspondence, published by Camp Hill Publications. He has also written William Booth (a brief introduction to Booth) and D. L. Moody, both published by Bethany House; and The Altar Call: Its Origins and Present Usage, published by University Press of America. His books also include Catherine Booth on Women's Place and Ministry, How to Understand the Bible, and Sixty Days with the Bible on Prayer (all Camp Hill Publications). David is a member of Creek Road Presbyterian Church in Brisbane.

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