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The Great Tribulation

By David Chilton | Read by Jason Sanchez
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In this book, Chilton confidently and simply proposes that the Great Tribulation, which many expect to arrive in the near future, is actually a past event. To substantiate his argument, he gives an honest hermeneutical appraisal of Christ’s teaching in the Olivet Discourse (Matt. 24; Lk. 21; Mk. 13) as well as other places in the Gospels, and gives a topical commentary on the book of Revelation – all this to successfully demonstrate that these events find their fulfillment in our past, not in our future. Perhaps you disagree – you chuckle as you read this and asseverate in your mind that such a teaching is manifestly impossible. Yet, have you ever read the arguments? Challenged your own? Don’t shy away from this great book! Let it challenge you! If, after reading, you still disagree… fine. But don’t fail to give a little attention to one of the most quickly advancing eschatological positions today!

Sandwiched by the comments of Gary North, the book has the following chapters:

1. The Terminal Generation
2. Coming on the Clouds
3. The Coming of the Antichrist
4. The Last Days
5. The Coming of the New Covenant
6. The Four Horsemen
7. Vengeance for the Martyrs
8. The Book is Opened
9. Jerusalem Under Siege
9. All Creation Takes Vengeance
10. It is Finished!

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